court: an assembly (including one or more judges) to conduct judicial business
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. ...
This is a list of charactes in the Guardians of Time Trilogy. All are fictional characters and can be generally divided by whether they are immortals, tribunal members, members of the Guard, or members of the Order.
"Tribunal" is an episode of The Outer Limits television show. It first aired on 14 May 1999, during the fifth season.
The following is a list of characters in the American animated television series Metalocalypse. Survival from near fatal injuries in the show is a common running gag; a character may be burned, maimed or hurt in some manner and still be able to return in later episodes.
The court, administrative agency, or quasi-judicial agency authorized to establish or modify support orders or to determine parentage.
A person or body of persons other than a court of law, having power to determine claims or disputes of some particular nature.
A body set up by the government to adjudicate and resolve particular matters (see also CTTT).
A raised platform used for various purposes. In Roman law courts, the judges sat on tribunals placed at one end of the building; in military camps, they were platforms from which the generals administered justice; and in a Roman theatre, tribunals were elevated seats above the entrances, usually ...
Specialist courts outside of the mainstream judicial system. For example the Employment Tribunal.
In international law, a temporary court, established to inquire into a specific matter. International criminal war crimes tribunals that have been established include the Nuremberg Trials (the International Military Tribunal at Nuremberg), the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former ...
A legal body made up of independent Adjudicators deciding appeals.
A tribunal (court) is the name given to the person or persons who exercise the church's judicial powers. Each diocese has a diocesan tribunal, used mainly to hear marriage cases. ...
judicial platform A tribunal is a raised platform from which a magistrate hears evidence and pronounces judgement. ...
An informal court which can hear cases without the need to employ lawyers. People may present their own cases though they may use legal or other help if they wish. Tribunals specialise in particular areas, such as employment, rent or social security disputes.
an independent judicial body, commission or board, usually appointed by the government, to consider and decide matters concerning individual rights or claims or issues of public concern.
the disciplinary board for fraternities
A church court established to render judgment in judicial matters pertaining to ecclesiastical law. The ordinary church court system is competent in all matters except those pertaining to administrative acts. At times however even some judicial matters are reserved to tribunals of the Holy See.
An independent body to which parents can take grievances relating to statementing procedures
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.
(Australian Rules football) body before which a footballer who has been reported for infringements of rules or violence in a match has to appear.
platform for commanding officer in principia, or on a parade-ground
A general term for a court, or the seat of a judge.
Special Educational Needs -disability discrimination - An independent body that hears appeals against decisions made by the LEA in regard to the statutory assessment and statementing process.
(n) a court made up of five judges who serve seven years each. One is always a D’Danaan. The other four rotate among the different groups within the Otherworld.