Adjudicative (adjective)

  1. Relating to the act of making a judicial decision.
  2. Relating to or having the nature of a judicial determination or judgment.

Origin:

Derived from the latin word adjudicare, meaning 'to award judicially'.

Examples:

  1. The adjudicative process is used to make decisions in a court of law.
  2. Adjudicative proceedings are used to determine the rights and obligations of the parties.
  3. The adjudicative hearing was used to determine the guilt or innocence of the defendant.
  4. An adjudicative decision is final and binding on the parties.
  5. The adjudicative authority is responsible for making a fair and impartial decision.
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