Concept selected: Judgment
DefinitionThe judgment is a resolution passed by a judge or a court which ultimately decides the lawsuit or cause in any instance or appeal, or when, in accordance with procedural law, they must take this form.
In civil law the judgment declares or recognises the rights of one of the parties, or states who is right, forcing the other to accept and comply with it. In criminal law, judgment acquits or sentences the accused, passing the corresponding sentences.
NotesBy their content (pronouncement):
-Judgment by default: if the judge or court upholds the claim of the plaintiff, in other words, if the ruling by the judge is favourable towards the plaintiff or accuser.
-Dismissing judgement: if the jurisdictional body accepts the the defendant's or accused's claims.
-Judgment partially by default: if the court of law accepts only some of the plaintiff's claims.
SourceNational Statistics Institute surveys
Statistical operations(enlaces al Inventario de Operaciones Estadísticas)
- 30463 - Annulments, Separations and Divorces
- 30464 - Urban Lease Statistics
- 30466 - Convicted Persons
- 30467 - Minors
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