nonjuridical day

nonjuridical day
A day upon which judicial proceedings shall not be conducted. Sunday, a day which should not be profaned by the tumult of forensic litigation. Vidal v Backs, 218 Cal 99, 21 P2d 952, 86 ALR 1134. The courts do not regard statutory or legal holidays as nonjuridical days unless constrained to do so by the terms or the necessary effect of statutes, 50 Am J1st Sun & H § 77.

Ballentine's law dictionary. . 1998.

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