Definition of Peremptoriness. Meaning of Peremptoriness. Synonyms of Peremptoriness

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Definition of Peremptoriness

Peremptoriness
Peremptoriness Per"emp*to*ri*ness, n. The quality of being peremptory; positiveness.

Meaning of Peremptoriness from wikipedia

- A peremptory norm (also called jus cogens or ius cogens /ˌdʒʌs ˈkoʊdʒɛnz, ˌjʌs/; Latin for "compelling law") is a fundamental principle of international...
- In English, American and Australian law, the right of peremptory challenge is a right in jury selection for the attorneys to reject a certain number of...
- Peremptory can refer to any of the following concepts in law: Peremptory challenge Peremptory norm Peremptory plea...
- In the common law, the peremptory pleas (pleas in bar) are defensive pleas that set out special reasons for which a trial cannot proceed; they serve to...
- Prerogative writs Certiorari / Review Habeas corpus Mandamus / Mandate (peremptory) Procedendo Prohibito / Prohibition Quo warranto v t e...
- A peremptory writ of mandamus (also peremptory writ of mandate or simply peremptory mandamus) is an absolute and unqualified writ (a formal written command)...
- treatment of women or men as chattel and, as such, violations of the peremptory norm prohibiting slavery. In 2007, Human Rights Watch estimated that 200...
- previously served under Stonewall Jackson, a general well known for issuing peremptory orders, determined such an ****ault was not practicable and, thus, did...
- decision of the US Supreme Court ruling that a prosecutor's use of a peremptory challenge in a criminal case—the dismissal of jurors without stating a...
- (1986), which forbids prosecutors from using race as a factor in making peremptory challenges in jury selection, was wrongly decided and should be overruled...
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