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juridical in Law topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishjuridicalju‧rid‧i‧cal /dʒʊˈrɪdɪkəl/ adjective formal  SCLJUDGErelating to judges or the law
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juridicalThere was no neat distinction between juridical and discursive forms of power.The considerations here are not so much juridical as ethical.In contrast the precise juridical basis for third party rights under the Convention remains uncertain.Bourdieu scores some penetrating insights into legal practice in his consideration of the forms of autonomy of the juridical field.It has taken a long time, and this is only the end in a juridical not a moral or historical sense.Among the juridical problems was the effect on other treaty parties, third parties to the devolution agreement.The small-scale irrigation systems of the Levante present a combination of great technical and juridical sophistication.