concurring opinion

Glossary of international commercial arbitration. 2013.

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  • concurring opinion — see opinion Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996 …   Law dictionary

  • concurring opinion — n. Law an opinion issued by one or more judges which agrees with the decision reached by the majority of the court, but offers additional or different reasons for reaching that decision …   English World dictionary

  • Concurring opinion — Legal opinions Judicial opinions Majority opinion Dissenting opinion Plurality opinion Concurring opinion Memorandum opinion This box: view · opinion by one o …   Wikipedia

  • concurring opinion — noun an opinion that agrees with the court s disposition of the case but is written to express a particular judge s reasoning • Topics: ↑law, ↑jurisprudence • Hypernyms: ↑opinion, ↑legal opinion, ↑judgment, ↑judgement * * * Law. (in appellate cou …   Useful english dictionary

  • concurring opinion — Law. (in appellate courts) an opinion filed by a judge that agrees with the majority or plurality opinion on the case but that bases this conclusion on different reasons or on a different view of the case. * * * …   Universalium

  • concurring opinion — noun An opinion which follows the outcome of the majority of the court, but might arrive there in a differing manner …   Wiktionary

  • concurring opinion — A separate opinion delivered by one or more judges which agrees with the decision of the majority of the court but offering own reasons for reaching that decision. See also concur …   Black's law dictionary

  • opinion — opin·ion /ə pin yən/ n 1 a: a belief stronger than impression and less strong than positive knowledge b: a formal expression of a judgment or appraisal by an expert see also opinion testimony at testimony compare …   Law dictionary

  • concurring — 1590s, from prp. of CONCUR (Cf. concur). Concurring opinion is recorded from 1720 …   Etymology dictionary

  • opinion — A document prepared by an attorney for his client, embodying his understanding of the law as applicable to a state of facts submitted to him for that purpose; e.g. an opinion of an attorney as to the marketability of a land title as determined… …   Black's law dictionary

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