juridical definition

  • adjective:
    • Of or regarding the law and its management.
    • with respect to what the law states or guideline of legislation, appropriate; judicial, about the management of justice (regarding jurisprudence, or even to the big event of a judge or court).
    • regarding the administration of justice or the purpose of a judge
    • of or relating to the legislation or jurisprudence
  • others:
    • Pertaining to the promulgation or dispensation of law; created upon or in line with the forms of legislation; relating to or focused on administrative legislation: since, a juridical debate; juridical methods; juridical oppression.
    • Subsisting in contemplation of law; of this nature of an abstract legal conception: as, a juridical person, or a juridical exchange (frankly, an individual or deal legitimately expected or conceived of to some extent aside from actual existence as well as situations and circumstances not recognized by the law).

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