extrajudicial definition

  • adjective:
    • Outside of the expert of a court.
    • outside the typical judicial procedures.
    • performed without appropriate expert.
    • Out of or beyond the power authority of a court or judge; beyond jurisdiction; not valid as part of a judicial proceeding; , are null and void.
    • beyond the typical course of appropriate procedures; legally unwarranted
    • Outside of the expert of a court.
    • Outside of the normal judicial proceedings.
    • completed without appropriate authority.
    • off or beyond the ability expert of a court or judge; beyond jurisdiction; perhaps not valid as part of a judicial proceeding; , tend to be null and void.
    • beyond the most common course of legal procedures; legitimately unwarranted
  • others:
    • beyond judicial proceedings; out of the correct courtroom, or even the ordinary training course or scope of legal procedure: as, extrajudicial declarations (those made out of judge).
    • Outside of judicial proceedings; out of the appropriate court, and/or ordinary course or range of legal process: as, extrajudicial declarations (those made out of court).

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