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  • court rule — Regulations with the force of law governing practice and procedure in the various courts. They may cover all procedures in a trial court system (e.g. Federal Rules of Civil and Criminal Procedure), or govern only procedures before a specific… …   Black's law dictionary

  • court rule — verdict, sentence, judgment …   English contemporary dictionary

  • rule — 1 n 1 a: a prescribed guide for conduct or action b: a regulating principle or precept 2 a: an order or directive issued by a court in a particular proceeding esp. upon petition of a party to the proceeding that commands an officer or party to… …   Law dictionary

  • rule of court — rule of court: a regulation governing practice or procedure in a particular court Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996 …   Law dictionary

  • rule — [ro͞ol] n. [ME reule < OFr rieule < L regula, ruler, straightedge < regere, to lead straight, rule: see RIGHT] 1. a) an authoritative regulation for action, conduct, method, procedure, arrangement, etc. [the rules of the school] b) an… …   English World dictionary

  • Rule 2019 — USA A Federal Rule of Bankruptcy Procedure which requires an entity or committee, other than an official committee, representing more than one creditor or equity security holder in a Chapter 9 or Chapter 11 bankruptcy to file a verified statement …   Law dictionary

  • Rule of Saint Francis —     Rule of Saint Francis     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Rule of Saint Francis     As known, St. Francis founded three orders and gave each of them a special rule. Here only the rule of the first order is to be considered, i.e., that of the Friars …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Rule, Britannia! — is a British patriotic song, originating from the poem Rule, Britannia by James Thomson and set to music by Thomas Arne in 1740. [cite book | last = Scholes| first = Percy A| title = The Oxford Companion to Music (tenth Edition)| publisher =… …   Wikipedia

  • rule of law — 1: an authoritative legal doctrine, principle, or precept applied to the facts of an appropriate case adopting the rule of law that is most persuasive in light of precedent, reason and policy Wright v. Wright, 904 P.2d 403 (1995) 2: government by …   Law dictionary

  • Court of Appeal of England and Wales — Royal Courts of Justice, The Strand Established 1875 Jurisdiction …   Wikipedia

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