tribunal

A tribunal was a raised judicial platform from which a magistrate heard evidence and pronounced judgement. Within a Roman military camp, this was where the camp commander would stand to address his men, issue orders, hear complaints, conduct court-martial proceedings, and also to perform the necessary military ceremonial and religious duties. In th…...

tribunal

platform for commanding officer in principia, or on a parade-ground
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Tribunal

See Employment Tribunal and Employment Appeal Tribunal.
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tribunal

Strictly, a court of justice, but used in English law for a body appointed by the government to arbitrate in disputes, or investigate certain matters. Tribunals usually consist of a lawyer as chair,...
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Tribunal

Tribunals are an important part of the judicial system, but function outside of courtrooms. There are almost 100 different tribunals in England and Wales, each dedicated to a specific area - from pensions appeals to asylum and VAT matters. It is an extremely diverse system - the largest tribunal hears over 300,000 cases a year, while some rarely si...
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Tribunal

Raised platform in front of the HQ used for addressing the troops or administring justice.
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tribunal

judicial platform A tribunal is a raised platform from which a magistrate hears evidence and pronounces judgement. Within a Roman military camp, this was where the camp commander would stand to address his men, issue orders, hear complaints, conduct court-martial proceedings, also to perform the necessary military ceremonial and religious duties. I...
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Tribunal

A tribunal is a body outside of the court structure. They hear disputes relating to specific areas such as immigration, employment and some tax matters and adjudicate on them. Tribunals are thought to be cheap and fast and allow expert knowledge to be applied
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Tribunal

• (n.) In villages of the Philippine Islands, a kind of townhall. At the tribunal the head men of the village met to transact business, prisoners were confined, and troops and travelers were often quartered. • (n.) The seat of a judge; the bench on which a judge and his associates sit for administering justice. • (n.) Hence, a court ...
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Tribunal

The place from where a judge presides and administer justice ie court; the body of judges which forms a jurisdiction eg a board, a commission or a referee.
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tribunal

n. any court, judicial body or board which has quasi-judicial functions, such as a public utilities board which sets rates or a planning commission which can allow variances from zoning regulations.
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tribunal

Strictly, a court of justice, but used in English law for a body appointed by the government to arbitrate in disputes, or investigate certain matters. Tribunals usually consist of a lawyer as chair, sitting with two lay assessors. In English law, there are various kinds of tribunal. Administrative tribunals deal with claims and disputes about right...
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Tribunal

Tribunals are an important part of the judicial system, but function outside of courtrooms. There are almost 100 different tribunals in England and Wales, each dedicated to a specific area - from pensions appeals to asylum and VAT matters. It is an extremely diverse system - the largest tribunal hears over 300,000 cases a year, while some rarely si...
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Tribunal

[disambiguation] A tribunal is a generic term for any body acting judicially. Tribunal may also refer to: In television: In other fields: ...
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Tribunal

[The Outer Limits] `Tribunal` is an episode of The Outer Limits television show. It first aired on 14 May 1999, during the fifth season. ==Opening narration== ==Plot== Leon Zgierski, an inmate of the Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp in 1944, is forced to watch as his wife is shot and killed by S.S. Obersturmführer Karl Rademacher—an...
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Tribunal

A tribunal in the general sense is any person or institution with the authority to judge, adjudicate on, or determine claims or disputes—whether or not it is called a tribunal in its title. For example, an advocate appearing before a court on which a single judge was sitting could describe that judge as `their tribunal`. Many governmental bodi.....
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Tribunal

A specialised adjudication body. The term is generally used to refer to administrative dispute resolution bodies other than courts.
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Tribunal

Any court, judicial body, or board which has judicial or quasi-judicial functions (such as a public utilities board that sets rates or a planning commission that can allow variances from zoning regulations).
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Tribunal

[Madrid Metro] Tribunal is a station on Line 1 and Line 10 of the Madrid Metro. It is located in Zone A. ==Services== ...
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