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    arbitrament, judgement & verdict

    I have confused the words in using as 'arbitrament', 'judgement' and 'verdict'. Could you advise the difference of meaning among them?


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    Re: arbitrament, judgement & verdict

    Quote Originally Posted by marieuni View Post
    I have confused the words in using as 'arbitrament', 'judgement' and 'verdict'. Could you advise the difference of meaning among them?
    Arbitration= to have a disagreement solved by an outside person who has been chosen by both sides

    The Union agreed to go to arbitration to resolve its dispute with the management.

    Verdict = the findings of a jury on issues of fact submitted to it for decision; can be used in formulating a judgment

    The verdict given by the Jury stated that he was guilty of murder.

    Judgement = [law] a decision of a law court or judge

    The judgement was that the man who was guilty of murder must go to prison for the rest of his life..

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