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  • adj. Not judicial; not related to the powers of a judge.

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Examples

  • In Maryland, the foreclosure sale does not have to be conducted by a judge and so it is called a nonjudicial sale.

    Mediation offer now required before D.C. foreclosures

  • Such a prospect is particularly worrisome for residents in states that allow lenders to foreclose without court supervision, known as nonjudicial foreclosure states.

    Halt Foreclosure Proceedings By Challenging Your Bank's Claim To Your House - The Consumerist

  • They are charged with pandering and basically wrongly engaging in sex acts with another person while being filmed, and that, then, being broadcast over a public Web site -- four additional members facing what is called nonjudicial punishment.

    CNN Transcript Feb 24, 2006

  • They can have a what's called nonjudicial foreclosure.

    CNN Transcript Apr 16, 2005

  • Segal will still face what's known as nonjudicial punishment for dereliction of duty in providing alcohol to a minor.

    CNN Transcript Aug 8, 2003

  • Washington is a so-called nonjudicial foreclosure state, where courts don't review documents and banks hire trustees to handle home seizures.

    The Washington Post: National, World & D.C. Area News and Headlines - The Washington Post

  • It's called nonjudicial foreclosure, and in practice it means a house can be sold on the courthouse steps with no judge or arbitrator involved.

    NPR Topics: News

  • We are trying to get a full picture - how incidents are reported, what kinds of investigations occur, the number of courts-martial, or the kind of nonjudicial proceedings taking place,'' said Sandra Park, a staff attorney at the Women's Rights Project of the

    Boston.com Top Stories

  • The lender can sue you through the court system called a "judicial foreclosure," or the lender can give you approximately three to six months notification and execute a "nonjudicial" foreclosure.

    FOXNews.com

  • The vast majority of foreclosures in California are via the "nonjudicial" process.

    FOXNews.com

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