Judicial Authority definition

Judicial Authority means any court, arbitrator, special master, receiver, tribunal or similar body of any kind.
Judicial Authority means the NCLT, acting in its capacity as the adjudicating authority under the IBC, the NCLAT in an appeal and the Supreme Court in an appeal thereafter as the case may be.

Examples of Judicial Authority in a sentence

  • Law No. 46 of 1972 (Judicial Authority Law), al-Jarīdah al-Rasmīyah, 5 Oct.

  • The Judicial Authority shall be vested in one (1) Judicial Council and any other sub and lower Judicial Council(s) established by provisions herein enumerated.

  • After identification of Successful Bidder, the Liquidator shall have the right to approach the Judicial Authority for obtaining suitable directions on the implementation of such sale and any such directions shall be binding on the parties to sale as per E-Auction Process Document.

  • Without limiting any other provision of this Agreement or any other Transaction Document, each Party shall obtain, and consummation of the Transactions contemplated by Section 2.3 is conditioned upon the receipt of, the Consent of any Governmental Authority or Judicial Authority, including without limitation any approval of the SEC, or under any other Law relating to the issuance and sale of securities.

  • No investigation, review or Legal Proceeding by any Governmental Authority or Judicial Authority in relation to any actual or alleged violation of Applicable Law or Order by Emergent or any of its Subsidiaries is pending or, to Emergent’s knowledge, threatened, nor has Emergent or any of its Subsidiaries received any written notice from any Governmental Authority or Judicial Authority indicating an intention to conduct the same or alleging any violation of or noncompliance with any Applicable Law or Order.


More Definitions of Judicial Authority

Judicial Authority means the power and right to perform judicial functions;
Judicial Authority means the NCLT, acting in its capacity as the adjudicating authority under the IBC, the NCLAT in an appeal and the Supreme Court in an appeal thereafter as the case may be or any other court or tribunal of competent jurisdiction.
Judicial Authority means the Juge d’Instruction appointed in pursuance of the Loi (1864) concernant la charge de Juge d’Instruction34 and includes any person exercising the functions of the Juge d’Instruction.]
Judicial Authority means the judge, magistrate or other person authorised under the law of the Member State concerned to perform functions the same as or similar to those performed under section 33 by a court in the State.’
Judicial Authority means a court, a judge or a prosecutor. Scope
Judicial Authority means any court or judicial body established under the Laws of Zambia for the purposes of adjudication of any matter, whether or not such matter when so determined is subject to appeal to any other authority or body;
Judicial Authority means the judge and the public prosecutor, each one in relation to procedural acts falling under his or her respective competence;