decree

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
(Mukavele) kararname, talimat
karar/emir
{f} karar vermek
{f} hüküm vermek
{f} karara bağlamak
hükme bağlamak
yargılamak
emretmek
karar
kararname
hüküm
emir
{f} karar ver
buyurmak
hük
{i} resmi emir
{i} ferman
decree nisi huk altı ay zarfında aksi sabit olmadığı takdirde icra mevkiine giren boşanma kararı
{f} emret
emret/buyur
karar name
(Hukuk) yasa gücündeki kararname
decree nisi
(Kanun) muvakkat boşanma hükmü
decree in the power of law
kanun hükmünde kararname
decree laws
kararname yasaları
decree nisi
(hukuk) altı ay zarfında aksi sabit olmadığı takdirde icra mevkiine giren boşanma kararı
decree absolute
boşanma kararı
decree absolute
kesin hüküm
decree absolute
son karar
decree absolute
ilahi takdir
decree dated
tarihli kararname
decree nisi
geçerli sebep gösterilmezse kesinleşen boşanma
decree no.
(Politika, Siyaset) karar no
decree of bankruptcy
iflas kararı
decree of insolvency
(Ticaret) iflas kararı
decree of nullity
iptal kararı
decree of summary court
(Kanun) ceza kararnamesi
death decree
(Kanun) ölüm fermanı
legislative decree
Kanun hükmünde kararname
court decree
(Ticaret) ilam
decreed
kararlı
issue a decree
kararname çıkarmak
statutory decree
kanun hükmünde kararname
divorce decree
boşanma kararı
emergency decree
geçici yasa
Administrative Sanction Decree
(Kanun) İdari Yaptırım Kararı

The environmental protection department gave a penalty to the vessel which was discharging bilge water to see and one days later they gave the administrative Sanction Decree to the ship. The decree was including some imformation about the ship and amount of the money about the penalty.

decreed
karar ver(iş)
decreed
hükmettiğimiz
past of decree
kararnamenin geçmiş
to issue a decree
bir kararı sorununa
appointment decree
(Politika, Siyaset) atama kararnamesi
bill to suspend a decree
(Kanun) icra erteleme talebi
bill to suspend a decree
(Kanun) tehiri karar
bill to suspend a decree
(Kanun) tehiri icra kararı
bill to suspend a decree
(Kanun) icranın ertelenmesi talebi
cabinet decree
(Kanun) kabine kararı
consent decree
(Kanun) mutabakat kararı
consent decree
(Politika, Siyaset) uzlaşma kararı
decreed
karar ver
divorce decree
boşanma ilamı
imperial decree
(Politika, Siyaset) irade-i seniyye
initial decree
(Kanun) önceki hüküm
objection to penal decree
(Kanun) ceza kararnamesine itiraz
ottoman sultan’s decree
tanzimat-ı hayriye
provisional decree
geçici kararname
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
To command by a decree
The judicial decision in a litigated cause rendered by a court of equity
The determination of a cause in a court of admiralty, or a court of probate
An edict or law
{n} an edict, law, determination, rule
{v} to appoint, order, sentence, doom
An order of the court A final decree is one that fully and finally disposes of the litigation (See interlocutory )
A right that has been adjudicated by the court and usually involves water use pre-dating water law
decide with authority; "The King decreed that all first-born males should be killed"
If someone in authority decrees that something must happen, they decide or state this officially. The UN Security Council has decreed that the election must be held by May The king decreed a general amnesty. = order
The judgment or sentence of a court of equity which corresponds to the judgment of a court of law
A judicial decision
a legally binding command or decision entered on the court record (as if issued by a court or judge); "a friend in New Mexico said that the order caused no trouble out there"
A decree is an official order or decision, especially one made by the ruler of a country. In July he issued a decree ordering all unofficial armed groups in the country to disband = order
To determine judicially by authority, or by decree; to constitute by edict; to appoint by decree or law; to determine; to order; to ordain; as, a court decrees a restoration of property
The Scottish equivalent of the English civil 'judgment' - although the written judgment itself (as opposed to the decision which it embodies) is still called a judgment
Latin decretum: de cernere, to decide literally, to separate The decision, judgment, or sentence of a court of equity, admiralty, probate, or divorce jurisdiction A judgment in a suit, equitable in nature, rendered by a court exercising equitable powers 3 Bl Com 451
An order of the court A final decree is one that fully and finally disposes of the litigation An interlocutory decree is a preliminary order that often disposes of only part of a lawsuit
official decision or order, as in: The decree made all the striking workers return to their jobs
A decision or order of the court A final decree is one which fully and finally disposes of the litigation An interlocutory decree is a preliminary decree which is not final
A decision, order, or sentence, given in a cause by a court of equity or admiralty
(Interlocutory) Preliminary finding before final disposition (Final) Final judgment in which all issues of a case are settled
{f} order by law, ordain, proclaim
A decree is a judgment made by a law court. court decrees. to make an official judgment or give an official order decree (that)
The final court order in your dissolution It includes the property division and the arrangements made for the care and support of your children
A final court decision regarding a water rights case Once a decree has finalized a water right, the right is administered by Colorado's Division of Water Resources
issue a decree; "The King only can decree"
An order of the Court given in civil cases A final decree is one which fully disposes of the litigation; an interlocutory decree is a preliminary order that often disposes of only part of a lawsuit
{i} edict, law, mandate, rule
issue a decree; "The King only can decree
An edict or law made by a council for regulating any business within their jurisdiction; as, the decrees of ecclesiastical councils
A decision or order of the court A final decree is one which fully and finally disposes of the litigation; an interlocutory decree is a provisional or preliminary decree which is not final
An order of the court A final decree is one that fully and finally disposes of the litigation See interlocutory
Court order
A court order or declaration announcing the legal consequences of the facts
To make decrees; - - used absolutely
An official document issued by the court defining the priority, amount, use, and location of a water right or plan of augmentation When issued, the decree serves as a mandate to the state engineer to administer the water rights involved in accordance with the decree (Rice (1991))
A decision or order of the Court A final decree is one which fully and finally disposes of the litigation; and interlocutory decree is a provisional or preliminary decree which is not final
Decision or order of the court A final decree completes the suit; an interlocutory decree is provisional or preliminary
The judgment of a court
To ordain by fate
an official order issued by a pope and/or by an ecumenical council for the entire Roman Catholic Church
An order from one having authority, deciding what is to be done by a subordinate; also, a determination by one having power, deciding what is to be done or to take place; edict, law; authoritative ru&?;&?; decision
a decision or order of a court, usually in equity; a final decree disposes of all matters before the court; an interlocutory decree disposes of only part of the lawsuit and often may not be appealed until the conclusion of the entire case
An official document issued by the court defining the priority, amount, use, and location of the water right
1 The judicial decision in a litigated cause rendered by a court of equity; the determination of a cause in courts of admiralty and probate It is accurate to use the word judgment for a decision of a court of law and decree from a court of equity, although the former term now includes both
A determination or judgment of an umpire on a case submitted to him
decree absolute
the official decree marking the legal end of a marriage, allowing the two people to remarry; it follows the decree nisi after six weeks (in Britain)
decree nisi
a decree issued on a first petition for divorce; it becomes absolute at some later date unless cause is shown why it should not
decree absolute
A decree absolute is the final order made by a court in a divorce case which ends a marriage completely. an order by a court of law which officially ends a marriage
decree nisi
a decree issued on a first petition for divorce; becomes absolute at some later date
decree nisi
A decree nisi is an order made by a court which states that a divorce must take place at a certain time in the future unless a good reason is produced to prevent this. an order by a court of law that a marriage will end at a particular time in the future unless there is a good reason not to end it
decree nisi
{i} conditional order given by the highest court indicating that the defendant can explain his actions, order that will be used only if certain conditions are met (Law)
consent decree
: A decree of a court giving effect to an agreement between the litigating parties
final decree
A final judgment
final decree
In some states, the second legal order on a divorce, issued after the filing of a declaration of separation
A decree
decrete
Milan Decree
(Dec. 17, 1807) Economic policy in the Napoleonic Wars. It was part of the Continental System invoked by Napoleon to blockade trade with the British. It expanded the blockade of continental ports to those of neutral ships trading with Britain and eventually affected U.S. shipping
by decree
by order, by a ruling, by a judgment
consent decree
An order, usually from the Justice Department, that lists things some company or companies need to do to not have a monopolistic situation 6 1a
consent decree
A legal document submitted by the Department of Justice on behalf of the EPA for approval by a federal judge to settle a case A consent decree can be used to formalise an agreement reached between EPA and potentially responsible parties (PRPs) for cleanup at a Superfund site Consent decrees also are signed by regulated facilities to cease or correct certain actions or processes that are polluting the environment and include payment of penalties The Clean Water Act, Clean Air Act, Toxic Substances Control Act, and others all use consent decrees
consent decree
An enforceable judge’s order based upon an out-of-court agreement between opposing parties to a lawsuit In the AMHI class action lawsuit, the judge issued a consent decree that made BDS’ out-of-court agreement to build a system of community services enforceable in court
consent decree
A legal document, approved by a judge, that formalizes an agreement reached between EPA and Potentially Responsible Parties (PRPs) through which PRPs will conduct all or part of a cleanup action at a Superfund site, cease or correct actions or processes that are polluting the environment, or otherwise comply with regulations where the PRP's failure to comply caused EPA to initiate regulatory enforcement actions The consent decree describes the actions PRPs will take and may be subject to a public comment period
consent decree
A judicial decree expressing a voluntary agreement between parties to a suit, especially an agreement by a defendant to cease activities alleged by the government to be illegal in return for an end to the charges
consent decree
A written, negotiated agreement between an agency and a company
consent decree
An out-of-court legal settlement whereby the accused party agrees to modify or change their behavior rather than plead guilty or go through a hearing on charges brought before a court
consent decree
an agreement between two parties that is sanctioned by the court; for example, a company might agree to stop certain questionable practices without admitting guilt
decree nisi
nisi
decreed
past of decree
decreed
fixed or established especially by order or command; "at the time appointed (or the appointed time")
decreeing
present participle of decree
decrees
{i} decretals (Religion)
decrees
plural of decree
decrees
third-person singular of decree
divine decree
something that is foreordained by God
foreclosure decree
court order to deprive of the right to mortgage or redeem one's property (usually because of failure to make payments)
imperial decree
a decree issued by a sovereign ruler
issue a decree
make a judicial decision, announce an edict, issue a command
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