adjudication definition

  • noun:
    • The act of adjudicating, of reaching a judgement.
    • A judgment or phrase.
    • The decision upon the question of whether or not the debtor is a bankrupt.
    • the entire process of determining the sort of material or unit that tripped an alarm and evaluating the potential threat with corresponding ramifications for need to take additional action.
    • an ongoing process wherein land is connected as security or in satisfaction of a debt.
    • The work of adjudicating; the act or means of trying and identifying judicially.
    • A deliberate determination because of the judicial power; a judicial decision or sentence.
    • your decision upon the question if the debtor is a bankrupt.
    • an ongoing process by which land is connected security or perhaps in pleasure of a debt.
    • The act of adjudicating; the act or procedure of identifying or adjudging; a passing of judgment.
    • in-law: A judicial phrase; view or decision of a court. The act of a court declaring an ascertained reality: as, an adjudication of personal bankruptcy.
    • In Scots legislation, the diligence or procedure through which land is affixed in protection for or perhaps in repayment of a debt.
    • the ultimate view in a legal proceeding; the act of pronouncing wisdom based on the research presented

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