adjudication (noun) · adjudications (plural noun)
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1. Adjudication definition is - the act or process of adjudicating a dispute
2. How to use Adjudication in a sentence.
3. Adjudication The legal process of resolving a dispute. The formal giving or pronouncing of a judgment or decree in a court proceeding; also the judgment or decision given
4. First recorded in 1685–95, Adjudication is from the Late Latin word adjūdicātiōn- (stem of adjūdicātiō).
5. An Adjudication is a legal ruling or judgment, usually final, but can also refer to the process of settling a legal case or claim through the court or justice system, such as a decree in the
6. Below is a listing of ODJFS Adjudication and UI Delivery Center locations and contact information
7. Adjudication is the process by which a formal judgment or decision is made, after the adjudicator has heard all of the arguments in the matter, and has reviewed all of the relevant exhibits. For example, an Adjudication is made upon the conclusion of a trial.
8. The Division of Motor Vehicles, Adjudication Office is located on the first floor of the DMV Headquarters, at 600 New London Ave, Cranston, RI 02920
9. The primary function of the Adjudication Office is to address license and registration suspensions in a timely and professional manner.
10. This e-Adjudication process will replace scheduled claims examiner appointments (or fact-finding hearings) and allow for a more efficient way of processing the unemployment claim. Instead of having to wait weeks for a scheduled claims examiner appointment, an email questionnaire will be sent within days of filing a claim.
11. To discuss/seek advice on a specific case or for general questions related to suitability Adjudication matters, agency representatives can contact (724) 738-1190, extension 7400
12. Adjudication means there’s a discrepancy with your unemployment application, and a specially trained adjudicator needs to look at the claim to clear up …
13. / əˌdʒuː.dɪˈkeɪ.ʃ ə n / the act of judging a case, competition, or argument, or of making a formal decision about something: The legality of the transaction is still under Adjudication (= being decided) in the …
14. Adjudication rules can be as simple or complex as required; can be set by country or region to facilitate global hiring; and can be configured to comply with mandated regulatory guidelines
15. Adjudication A Reemployment Assistance Guide on the Adjudication Process Your claim will be reviewed for potential issues such as your job separation, your availability, or ability to work; this is called the Adjudication process
16. Adjudication response time – The percentage of issues that are resolved within 21 days of detection
17. Adjudication is a process for the resolution of conflict and claims
18. The definition of Adjudication is some decision, process or thing that resolves a conflict
19. The final decree in a bankruptcy case is an example of Adjudication.
20. If the court enters an Adjudication of guilt, then you are “convicted” of the crime for all purposes
21. The Adjudication makes you ineligible to seal or expunge that record or any record in Florida.
22. An Adjudication of a claim in bankruptcy is pleadable as res judicata in another court
23. The dispute was not validly referred for Adjudication under the contractual provisions
24. Geneva does put some constraints on the handling and Adjudication of detainees, but they were meaningless restraints.
25. Adjudication is a compulsory dispute resolution mechanism that applies to the UK's construction industry
26. This note explains what Adjudication is, what types of construction disputes it is appropriate for and gives guidance on what to do if you receive a notice of Adjudication
27. Adjudication is the process used to resolve unemployment questions and issues
28. A claim may need Adjudication if there are questions regarding how a claimant left a job or other eligibility issues
29. Adjudication When we become aware of issues that call into question whether someone can receive benefits, we are legally required to look into it
30. While many issues can be resolved with quick follow up questions, many times it requires a more thorough review through an Adjudication process
31. Some common issues that require Adjudication:
32. Adjudication of claims is a term used by the insurance industry to describe the process of evaluating a claim for payment of benefits
33. During an Adjudication of claims, the insurer will determine whether a particular demand for compensation falls within the coverage of …
34. Adjudication: A legal process by which an arbiter or judge reviews the evidence and arguments by the parties to an action to reach a decision which will determine the litigants’ rights and obligations to each other
35. Adjudication can be used to resolve disputes between private …
36. For the benefit of those of you who haven’t thought about criminal law since law school, Florida judges have a special authority vested upon them to “withhold Adjudication” in a criminal matter pursuant to F.S
37. The statute provides the court with the ability to withhold Adjudication after the imposition of a probation sentence without imposing upon the defendant a conviction
38. A centralized and standardized Adjudication process reducessuch variability in Adjudication outcomes by limiting the number of individuals who are tasked with classifying the potential endpoint events and by ensuring that those individuals have special expertise in the relevant clinical area(s) of interest.
39. The Adjudication process is the best way proven to eliminate bias, increase accuracy, restore confidence in data and reduce risk to patients
40. Adjudication in the screening process is an important step, and while manual Adjudication might seem like a good way to reduce hiring expenses, when you consider the labor and risks involved, it can actually be very costly
41. The HKIAC Adjudication Rules shall be used as a guide for parties wishing to use Adjudication to resolve construction disputes
42. What does "pending-Adjudication" mean? means there is an open non-monetary issue to resolve
43. If an issue is created on the claim, your information will be sent to the Adjudications Unit and a notice will be mailed to you indicating the time and date of a fact-finding interview, if necessary
44. The court will determine whether or not you are adjudicated guilty or if the court will withhold the Adjudication of guilt
45. If the court withholds the Adjudication of guilt then it has not convicted you of the crime, though you may be guilty
46. Michael Asimow, Federal Administrative Adjudication Outside the Administrative Procedure Act (2019) Michael Asimow, Evidentiary Hearings Outside the …
47. An Application for Adjudication of Claim form is used in a California workers' compensation case to begin a formal proceeding against the employer with the Workers' Compensation Appeals Board
48. Not only does the Application for Adjudication of Claim detail information about the worker's injuries, it also provides information about the case to
49. Adjudication refers to the legal process of resolving a dispute or deciding a case.When a claim is brought, courts identify the rights of the parties at that particular moment by analyzing what were, in law, the rights and wrongs of their actions when they occurred.
50. To be decided, a case has to be “ripe for Adjudication.”This means that the facts of the case have matured enough to
51. Administrative Adjudication: The process by which an Administrative Agency issues an order, such order being affirmative, negative, injunctive, or declaratory in form
52. Most formal proceedings before an administrative agency follow the process of either rule making or Adjudication
53. Adjudication is a dispute resolution process to help resolve disagreements about progress payments and money owed
54. When parties are in dispute about an amount owed for construction work, the claimant can lodge an Adjudication application with the Registrar.
55. The Adjudication process differs depending on the state and county
56. This process is referred to as claims Adjudication
57. Where the Adjudication took place completes this section and certifies the Certificate of Adjudication
58. ‘The final clean up before the Tidy Towns Adjudication will be on Monday 14th June at 7.30 pm.’ ‘If the violators choose deferred Adjudication, the judge typically increases the length of deferral by several months.’ ‘After the first Adjudication, Tramore was placed 14th out of the 29 towns competing.’
59. A stay of Adjudication in Minnesota is an excellent outcome in many cases
60. A stay of Adjudication means there will be no conviction for the offense and the charge will ultimately be dismissed if the terms of the stay are met
61. The difference between Adjudication and Arbitration are : 1
62. Definition : Adjudication - Submission of disputes by consensual agreement to a third party (the adjudicator) for an interim decision which will be binding unless the Court refuses leave