amicus curiae

amicus curiae
Friend of the court. One who gives information to the court on some matter of law in respect to which the court is doubtful, the term implying the friendly intervention of counsel to call the court's attention to a legal matter which has escaped or might escape the court's consideration. 4 Am J2d Am Cur § 1. One who interposes in a judicial proceeding to assist the court by giving information, or otherwise, or who conducts an investigation or other proceeding on request of appointment therefore by the court. Re Ohlhauser's Estate, 78 SD 319, 101 NW2d 827.

Ballentine's law dictionary. . 1998.

Игры ⚽ Нужно решить контрольную?

Look at other dictionaries:

  • amicus curiae — amicus cu·ri·ae / kyu̇r ē ˌī, ku̇r , ē ˌē/ n pl amici curiae [New Latin, literally, friend of the court]: one (as an individual or organization) that is not a party to a particular lawsuit but is allowed to advise the court regarding a point of… …   Law dictionary

  • Amicus curiae — or amicus curiæ (plural amici curiae ) is a legal Latin phrase, literally translated as friend of the court , that refers to someone, not a party to a case, who volunteers to offer information on a point of law or some other aspect of the case to …   Wikipedia

  • Amicus curiae — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda El amicus curiae (amigo de la corte o amigo del tribunal) es una expresión latina utilizada para referirse a presentaciones realizadas por terceros ajenos a un litigio, que ofrecen voluntariamente su opinión frente a …   Wikipedia Español

  • Amicus Curiae — (auch amicus curiæ, Pl. Amici Curiae, lat.: Freund des Gerichts) bezeichnet eine Person oder eine Organisation, die sich an einem Gerichtsverfahren beteiligt, ohne selbst Partei zu sein. Diese Beteiligung kann z. B. als „Äußerung Dritter“ in …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • amicus curiae — 1610s, Latin, lit. friend of the courts; plural is amici curiae. From L. amicus friend, related to amare to love (see AMY (Cf. Amy)) + curia court (see CURIA (Cf. curia)) …   Etymology dictionary

  • amicus curiae — [kyoor′ē ē΄] n. [L, lit., friend of the court] Law a person who offers, or is called in, to advise a court on some legal matter …   English World dictionary

  • Amicus curiae — In diesem Artikel oder Abschnitt fehlen folgende wichtige Informationen: römischer Ursprung, Bestellung als A.C., Stellungnahme ad hoc, formelle und tatsächliche Bedeutung der Teilnahme als A.C., Abgrenzung zur Beiladung, Streitverkündung;… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • amicus curiae — /euh muy keuhs kyoor ee ee , euh mee keuhs kyoor ee uy /, pl. amici curiae /euh muy kuy kyoor ee ee , euh mee kee kyoor ee uy /. Law. a person, not a party to the litigation, who volunteers or is invited by the court to give advice upon some… …   Universalium

  • amicus curiae — noun a person/entity who has been allowed by the court to plead or make submissions but who, however, is not directly involved in the action. BANNATYNE v BANNATYNE (COMMISSION FOR GENDER EQUALITY, AS AMICUS CURIAE) 2003 (2) SA 363 (CC) The Court… …   Wiktionary

  • amicus curiae — n. (pl. amici curiae) Law an impartial adviser in a court of law. Etymology: mod.L, = friend of the court * * * /euh muy keuhs kyoor ee ee , euh mee keuhs kyoor ee uy /, pl. amici curiae /euh muy kuy kyoor ee ee , euh mee kee kyoor ee uy /. Law.… …   Useful english dictionary

  • Amicus curiae — Un Amicus curiae est une expression légale latine signifiant « ami de la cour », référant à quelqu un qui, n étant pas partie à une cause, se porte volontaire pour aider la cour à trancher une matière. Portail du droit Catégorie :… …   Wikipédia en Français

Share the article and excerpts

Direct link
Do a right-click on the link above
and select “Copy Link”