The answer to the question as to whether there is such community of interest as to make a previous decision res judicata
as against the parties to a subsequent action, would appear to depend largely upon whether there is or is not a contract expressed or implied between the parties to the proceedings or their authors or ancestors.
He also questioned extending a res judicata
to a statutory matter.
Court entered the modified decree without a whisper about res judicata
It might be objected that, although other rightholders may not be formally bound by res judicata
or collateral estoppel, an adverse ruling in an earlier case still will limit future suits as a matter of stare decisis.
113) The dispositif being the relevant section for the purposes of res judicata
, see Rosa Theofanis, 'The doctrine of Res Judicata
in International Criminal Law' (2003) 3 International Criminal Law Review 195, 197.
40) Res judicata
prevented parties from relitigating an issue that was judicially determined for public-policy reasons, which should extend to the application of declaratory legislation to settled issues in a case.
It is known that complies to the parties contesting any error in judicando and error in procedendo in the sentence by means of appropriate resources, which, in theory, stop the development of res judicata
Some commentators have read Cooper to undermine arguments against adequacy, given the Court's willingness to permit the individual actions despite a res judicata
The research proposes the principle of legal security with the following components:1) Component of legal security of the state administration; 2) security component of legal res judicata
entered in the final decision taken by the state courts.
He also cited res judicata
and collateral estoppel, both of which bar relitigation of suits under certain circumstances.
If you received a family court judgment, you might be up against the legal doctrine of res judicata
Subject to the invalidation process, arbitral awards made under the new Law acquire the force of res judicata
and become enforceable.