The Scottish Legal Dictionary
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- Collective -
- Collective bargaining
- Competence - Administrative authority over a sphere of law - "The Scottish Department of the Family and Social Cohesion has competence over Scottish Family law"
- Domicile (Domiciliation Status)
- Jurisdiction - the competence of a court to hear a case.
- Justiciable - capacity of citizens to guarantee their rights through a specified legal procedure - the right to collectively bargain with employers is justiciable through
- Pluralist -
- Polity - the body politic; a group of individuals organised under a governmental authority.
- Positive right - a right that the government must provide to an individual or group. "The right to life is a positive right." Contrast this to a negative right, which precludes a government from an action against an individual or group. "The government cannot cannot pass a law preventing workers from forming a union in their workplace."
- Promulgate - to officially declare, put into effect, or publish a law or administrative rule as being obligatory.
- Scope - measurement for determining competence
- Sectarian -
- Secular -
- Sovereignty -
- Venue - the physical location of a court