absolute discretion

• úplná volnost v jednaní

English-Slovak dictionary. 2013.

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  • absolute discretion — complete prudence …   English contemporary dictionary

  • discretion — dis·cre·tion /dis kre shən/ n: power of free decision or latitude of choice within certain bounds imposed by law reached the age of discretion struck down death penalty provisions administered through unbridled jury discretion L. H. Tribe: as a:… …   Law dictionary

  • absolute — ab·so·lute adj 1 a: free from qualification, condition, exception, or restriction rights that even seem absolute have these qualifications Long v. Rockwood, 277 U.S. 142 (1927) see also absolute ownership at ownership compare …   Law dictionary

  • discretion — di|scre|tion [dıˈskreʃən] n [U] 1.) the ability and right to decide exactly what should be done in a particular situation at sb s discretion (=according to someone s decision) ▪ The awards are made at the discretion of the committee. ▪ Promotions …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • absolute right — n: an unqualified right: a legally enforceable right to take some action or to refrain from acting at the sole discretion of the person having the right Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996. absolute right …   Law dictionary

  • discretion — noun 1 freedom to make decisions ADJECTIVE ▪ broad, considerable, full, wide ▪ greater, more ▪ absolute, complete …   Collocations dictionary

  • discretion of court — A scope of authority of determination granted to a trial court which, in the absence of abuse of discretion, accords finality to a determination made, so that it is not reviewable by a higher court. 4 Am J2d A & E § 80. Necessarily a sound… …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • absolute — adj. Absolute is used with these nouns: ↑accuracy, ↑agony, ↑agreement, ↑angel, ↑antithesis, ↑assurance, ↑astonishment, ↑authority, ↑autonomy, ↑bargain, ↑beauty, ↑ …   Collocations dictionary

  • absolute right — noun : an unqualified right : a legally enforceable right to take some action or to refrain from acting at the sole discretion of the person having the right …   Useful english dictionary

  • administrative discretion — The power to choose between courses of conduct in the administration of an office or a duty pertaining thereto. From their nature, the functions, powers, and duties of administrative agencies are classified as ministerial or discretionary, that… …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • judicial discretion — Term is a broad and elastic one which is equated with sound judgment of court to be exercised according to rules of law. People v. Russel, 70 Cal.Rptr. 210, 215, 448 P.2d 794. The option the trial judge has in doing or not doing a thing that… …   Black's law dictionary

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