Juristic Act


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Juristic Act

Any legally binding act. A common example of a juristic act is signing a contract.
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Financial and macroeconomic variables were employed for the construction of the indicator, consisting of exports, real GDP, the house price index, the consumer price index, total reserves, the real effective exchange rate, the Stock Exchange of Thailand (SET) index, the juristic act and the right registration fee for property, the lending rate and broad money.
The leading indicators from the real sector consisted of real GDP, the SET Index, the Juristic Act and Right Registration Fee (Property), the Consumer Price Index and the House Price Index.
As a result, the Japanese military's juristic acts in the occupied areas of China remained unclear.