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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


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Adjective- Capable of being decided by legal principles or by a court.

Usage examples (36)
  • Adjective : a justiciable dispute
  • Tories on the website Conservative Home started joking that Ken Clarke, with his soft policy on things justiciable, is actually the Lib Dems 'sixth cabinet minister.
  • But just as clearly, under Powell, their decision is justiciable, that is, a court can review it.
  • Advocate Torquil Patterson, who appeared for the two departments indicated yesterday that he did not believe the conduct of the two departments was "justiciable". for more
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