Towards a Regularizing the Interpretation of Judicial Verdicts in Jordanian Civil Procedures Law

Anees Mansour


This study focused on the importance of regularizing the interpretation of the judicial verdict by the legislator as several comparative legislations had already done. There is a practical necessity to make vague verdicts executable Stipulating in the Execution law that the head of execution has the right to inquire about vague verdicts from the issuing court is not sufficient and can not diminish the need of regularizing this issue in the Civil Procedures law.
It was concluded that the parties and the court which issued the verdict has the right to interpret vague judicial verdicts, but the rules of interpretation should always be taken into considerations. There is also a need to formulate certain rules for such interpretation requests covering all stages of this process.


Regularizing, Judicial Verdicts


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