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of or relating to law or to legal rights and obligations

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Also subsumed under intra-school ijtihad is the process, known as tarjih, of weighing one juristic opinion against another on evidentiary grounds, which assumes both the existence of a recognizable hermeneutic methodology and a body of law.
Essentially the point of this paper is this: the comparative perspective demonstrates that taking the absence of juristic reason formula too seriously destabilizes Canadian law.
there is no juristic conception of English Law so much discussed now and yet so little known on the continent as the Trust
Provide final juristic opinion on issues of compliance with the principles of Islamic commercial jurisprudence in the field of economics and finance
We also aim to examine the Islamic juristic sciences and view their evolution through history," he said.
Ancient Rome authorized the existence of legal persons/entities called juristic persons.
This is sometimes criticized as talfiq, a mere patchwork rather than a proper integration of juristic opinions.
The offer is open to individual investors, juristic persons and institutions within Oman, and to non-Omani investors outside of US, Canada, Australia, South Africa, Republic of Ireland and Japan, said a company statement.
A company is deemed, by the fact of its constitution, to be a juristic person.
Questioning the show cause notices issued to Grover and Chadha, the court noted that DU's agreement was with Nirulas Hotels and Restaurants, a wholly owned subsidiary of Nirulas Corner House, which is a juristic entity and it was this entity which was running the restaurant from the premises and not its vicepresident or director in individual capacity.
12) Some of the people working--wittingly or unwittingly--in this structural subversion of mu'amala to Mammon are even claiming (or arguing for) global juristic consensus (ijma') on Islamic financial standards set by one of the (so-called) standards-setting bodies of the IBF industry.
First, references in juristic documents will be discussed.
This Eid al-Fitr salat is, depending on which juristic opinion is followed, Fard (obligatory), Mustahabb (strongly recommended, just short of obligatory) or mandoob (preferable).
Following a survey of the current state of the subject, 20 papers are organized into thematic sections on the nature and functions of the judgeship and its development over time, the structure of the judicial apparatus, the application of juristic thought to specific cases in selected areas of the law, and judicial procedure and the different forms of evidence.
constitutional arrangements [remain] unquestioned" (12) and beyond the boundaries of juristic knowledge.