merits

merits
n. (Law) strict legal rights of a party not including jurisdictional and personal or technical aspects; factual substance of a matter mer·it || 'merɪt n. value; character or accomplishment that commends praise; excellence; state of being worthy of appreciation v. be worthy of, be eligible for; deserve

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  • merits — n. The legal substance of a claim or defense. The Essential Law Dictionary. Sphinx Publishing, An imprint of Sourcebooks, Inc. Amy Hackney Blackwell. 2008. merits The strict legal rights of the parties to a lawsuit …   Law dictionary

  • merits — Theology good deeds entitling someone to a future reward. → merit merits chiefly Law the intrinsic rights and wrongs of a case. → merit merits a good point or feature. → merit …   English new terms dictionary

  • merits — noun a) Intrinsic advantages, as opposed to political or procedural advantages. I was the bosss pet project, but was rejected on the merits. b) Substance, distinguished from form or procedure. The merits of the case favored the plaintiffs, but… …   Wiktionary

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  • merits — As a legal term, refers to the strict legal rights of the parties. Mink v. Keim, 266 App.Div. 184, 41 N.Y.S.2d 769, 771. The substance, elements, or grounds of a cause of action or defense. See judgment on the merits …   Black's law dictionary

  • merits — As a legal term, refers to the strict legal rights of the parties. Mink v. Keim, 266 App.Div. 184, 41 N.Y.S.2d 769, 771. The substance, elements, or grounds of a cause of action or defense. See judgment on the merits …   Black's law dictionary

  • merits of case — The essential issues. The substantive rights presented by an action. The strict legal rights of the parties to an action, as contradistinguished from those mere questions of practice which every court regulates for itself, and from all matters… …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • Merits of Statutory Instruments Committee — The Merits of Statutory Instruments Committee is a select committee of the House of Lords that refers statutory instruments to the House that it considers interesting or important. This is unlike the Joint Committee on Statutory Instruments and… …   Wikipedia

  • merits — существо спора. Термин, содержание которого обычно противопоставляется спорам, ведущимся вокруг вопроса о наличии у состава арбитража права на разрешение вынесенного на его рассмотрение спора (jurisdiction of arbitral tribunal). Данный термин… …   Glossary of international commercial arbitration

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