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n. the act of giving a judicial ruling such as a judgment or decr...
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1690s, from French adjudication or directly from Late Latin adiudicationem (nominative adiudicatio), noun of action from past participle stem of adiudicare (see adjudge).
Source: etymonline.com

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The process that SEVP uses to decide the outcome for schools petitioning for certification, submitting their recertification package or making updates to the Form I-17, “Petition for Approval of School for Attendance by Nonimmigrant Students.”
Source: studyinthestates.dhs.gov

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The administrative procedure used to process a claim for service according to the coverage.
Source: cigna.com

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This is when we compare your benefits to a claim you or your doctor submitted for a health care service (example: office visit). It helps us figure out if the doctor is charging the right amount, what portion we pay and what portion you pay.
Source: anthem.com

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In VA, adjudication usually refers to the process of obtaining and reviewing facts in a particular claim to make a decision whether to grant benefits in view of the laws governing these benefits.
Source: va.gov

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Definition The process of examining the facts in a disagreement and rendering a decision.
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1. any sort of structured conclusion of a courtroom. 2. the process or manner of deciding upon a matter by legal processes.
Source: psychologydictionary.org

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The decision process that produces a judgment for whether or not you are suitable for the security clearance required by your position.
Source: gogovernment.org

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Adjudication is the act of making a judicial ruling such as a judgment or decree. The term is used particularly in bankruptcy proceedings, in which the order declaring a debtor bankrupt is called an a [..]
Source: definitions.uslegal.com

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(n) the final judgment in a legal proceeding; the act of pronouncing judgment based on the evidence presented
Source: beedictionary.com

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a court determination of water rights for a groundwater basin or a stream; adjudication sets priorities during shortages
Source: worldatlas.com

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addictus| addicta -um| addictior -or -us| addictissimus -a -um ADJ devoted/addicted (to); (debt) slave (of); bound (to do something); bent upon
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Definition The Process by which one of our adjudicators decides an appeal.
Source: trafficpenaltytribunal.gov.uk

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Pronouncing judgment or decree; the judgment given.
Source: pacourts.us

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This is the way health plans decide how much they will pay for certain expenses.
Source: aetna.com

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Judgment rendered by the court after a determination of the issues.
Source: jec.unm.edu

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The process by which, at a personal, telephone or postal hearing an Adjudicator representing the Traffic Penalty Tribunal decides the result of the appeal for either the motorist or the council.
Source: worcester.gov.uk

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The legally binding process of deciding an appeal relating to a penalty charge by an independent Adjudicator. The decision of an Adjudicator is final and binding on both parties to an appeal.
Source: londontribunals.gov.uk

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A judgment or decision of a court or jury regarding a case.
Source: courts.state.md.us

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Giving or pronouncing a judgment or decree; also the judgment given.
Source: americanbar.org

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Adjudication includes any of the forms of dispute resolution in which the parties present proofs and arguments to a neutral third party who has the power to deliver a binding decision.
Source: justiceeducation.ca

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The process and determination on a request for an immigration benefit, rendered by an administrative agency.
Source: nafsa.org

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Processing and approval or denial of applications and petitions by the USCIS.
Source: klaskolaw.com

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The process and determination on a request for an immigration benefit, rendered by an administrative agency.
Source: f2.washington.edu

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The act of reviewing claims information and determining whether a claimant meets the policy requirements to receive benefits.
Source: cooperators.ca

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Process used by payers to determine benefit or coverage eligibility, as well as the determination of the payment amount for a claim or the denial of a claim.
Source: ethicareadvisors.com

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Process used by insurance companies to determine the payment amount for a claim.
Source: oxhp.com

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The determination by an insurer or health plan of the availability of health insurance or health benefits for a claim and the level of benefit to be paid.
Source: aetnastudenthealth.com

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Processing a claim through a series of edits to determine proper payment. Auto-adjudication is processing a claim without any human interaction.  
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Giving or pronouncing a judgment or decree; also the judgment given.
Source: courts.countyofdane.com

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Giving or pronouncing a judgment or decree, or the rendering of a decision on a matter before a court.
Source: utcourts.gov

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The judge’s decision in a case or action.
Source: courts.ca.gov

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  The legal process by which a case or claim is settled. May also be the final pronouncement of judgment in a case or claim.
Source: criminalbackgroundrecords.com

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Giving or pronouncing a judgment or decree; the judgment given.
Source: polkcountyclerk.net

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Adjudication is the court process that determines (judges) if the juvenile committed the act for which he or she is charged. The term "adjudicated" is analogous to "convicted" and [..]
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An action used to take possession of heritable property, i.e. where a seller of land refuses to give a conveyance to the buyer, or as a means of taking a debtor's land to satisfy his creditor's claim for debt. This procedure has now been abolished.
Source: scotland-judiciary.org.uk

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A judgment or decree.
Source: tsc.state.tn.us

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The judicial decision that ends a criminal proceeding by a judgment of acquittal, conviction, or dismissal of the case.
Source: pcv.pccd.pa.gov

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This is the term we use to describe the decision making process that includes an in-depth evaluation of an applicant's credit based on capacity, capital, collateral, credit history and characte [..]
Source: b2bbank.com

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The act of making the judicial decision that ends a criminal proceeding by a judgment of acquittal, conviction, or dismissal of a case. This term is also used in juvenile proceedings.
Source: victimlaw.org

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A judgment or decision of a court or jury regarding a case.
Source: mdcourts.gov

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The legal process by which a case or claim is settled. May also be the final pronouncement of judgment in a case or claim.
Source: allthingspublicdata.com

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n. the act of giving a judicial ruling such as a judgment or decree. The term is used particularly in bankruptcy proceedings, in which the order declaring a debtor bankrupt is called an adjudication.
Source: advocatekhoj.com

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Generally, a final judicial determination of a case. In juvenile delinquency cases, it is the equivalent of a 'conviction' in adult criminal cases, when the court formally takes jurisdiction of the minor due to a plea or a trial verdict.
Source: da18.org

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That portion of the hearing wherein the judge or Hearing Officer determines if the juvenile committed the crime or any portion of the crime with which he or she is charged.
Source: alleghenycourts.us

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Judgment rendered by the court after a determination of the issues.
Source: manateeclerk.com

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A process or act of a judge convicting a defendant of a crime. It amounts to a final judgment. A judgment rendered by the court after a finding of guilt.
Source: sao9.net

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The formal hearing and settling of a case by judicial procedure.
Source: da.search.org

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When a strong chess player uses their expert chess knowledge to decide upon the result of a game that hasn't finished yet - they Adjudicate the outcome/result. This practice happens mostly in online games of chess, but is hardly ever seen in over-the-board (OTB) chess games.
Source: chess-game-strategies.com

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A final decision made by a judge in a case or court action.
Source: des.az.gov

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The translation evaluation step at which a translation is signed off and released for whatever follows next such as pretesting or final fielding (the ‘A’ in the TRAPD method, see Translation). Whe [..]
Source: ccsg.isr.umich.edu

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a court proceeding to determine all rights to the use of water on a particular stream system or ground water basin.
Source: edwardsaquifer.net

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The entry of a judgment, decree, or order by a judge or other decision-maker such as a master, referee, or hearing officer based on the evidence submitted by the parties.
Source: texasattorneygeneral.gov

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Although in common English usage the term refers to the …
Source: ipglossary.com

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The act of adjudicating, of reaching a judgement. A judgment or sentence. * Burke *: An adjudication in favour of natural rights. * '''2007''', Houston Chronicle (6/17/2007) *: [Mr. C.] says h [..]
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