Of or relating to the law and its administration.(adjective)
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Use "juridical" in a sentence
"_Vyavahára_, may be called the juridical rules, embracing as well substantive law as the procedure and practice of legal tribunals."
"In all this the chief of the so-called juridical police, Bidet "Fauxpas, " played an important part."
"There remain still two other points of difference which require to be considered, namely the juridical condition, which distinguishes religious orders from congregations, and the rule."