A submission must be in writing, duly recognized or proven and certified in the same way as a document that must be registered. The reference may provide that a judgment of a particular court must be rendered in response to the arbitral award rendered on the basis of the application. [In re Resolute Paper Products Corp., 160 Misc. 722, 723 (N.Y. Sup. Ct. 1936)]. Middle English, from Anglo-French, from Latin submission-, submissio act of lowering, de submittere submission means capitulation or yield, such as arrest; or an order. It refers one question to another for consideration and decision.

For example, the court`s act of mandating the jury and sending it to render a verdict is a submission. I am not persuaded by the applicant`s argument that he had an interest in the property. The submission may be made by the action of the parties simply or through a court or equity. If this is done by the parties alone, it can be in writing or not. If it is made through a court, it is recorded in the record by the court rule. The scope of the submission may vary depending on the enjoyment of the parties; It can only be one or all of the contested civil cases, but no criminal case can be referred. It is customary to set a time limit within which arbitrators must make their award. A cede to authority. A citizen is obliged to submit to the law; a child to his parents. Practice. A filing is an agreement by which persons who have a suit or dispute with each other appoint arbitrators to decide the matter and mutually agree to do what is to be arbitrated. Civ.

Code La. Article 3000; Garr vs. Gomez, 9th Wend. (X. Y.) 001; District of Columbia v Bailey, 171 U.S. 101, 18 Sup. Ct. 808, 43 L. ed. 118; Chorpenning v. U. S., 11 Ct.

CI. 02S; Shod v. Railroad Co., 07 MB. 0S7. In the law of the sea. Submission on the part of the vanquished and complete possession on the part of the victor transfer of ownership between the belligerents. Der Alexander, 1 Gall. 032, Fed. Cas. No. 104. A cede to authority.

A citizen is obliged to submit to the law; a child to his or her parents; a servant of his master. A victor can impose the submission of his enemy. 2. When a kidnapper has taken a price and the vanquished have submitted to his authority, ownership has been transferred between the warring parties. If there is complete possession on one side and submission on the other, the capture is complete. 1 Gallis. R. 532 Applications for a court decision may be filed at any time before the case is submitted to the jury. The request for arbitration must be made in writing and must indicate the subject matter of the dispute. SUBMISSION, contracts.

An agreement whereby persons who have a dispute or discrepancy between them appoint arbitrators to decide the matter and mutually agree to do what is to be arbitrated. (2) Submissions may be made simply by the action of the parties or by a court or out of equity. If this is done by the parties alone, it can be in writing or not. Kyd on Aw. 11; Caldw. 16 Arb; 6 Watt R. 357 When it is made through a court, it is recorded in the record by the court rule. The scope of the submission may vary depending on the enjoyment of the parties; It can only be one or all of the contested civil cases, but no criminal case can be referred.

It is customary to set a time limit within which arbitrators must make their award. Caldw. in Arb. Cap. 3; Kyd on Prices, chap. II. 1; Civ. Code of Lo.

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164; 6 watts, R. 134; 7 watts, R. 362; 6 bins. 333, 422; 2 miles, R, 169; 3 Bouv. Inst. No. 2483 et seq. If a judge does not immediately announce a decision, he or she must refer the case. Thesaurus: All synonyms and antonyms to submit. a statement submitted by a lawyer to a court as part of the case He pleads the act of submitting a case to a judge or jury for decision, the act of assuming the authority of another person, group or institution such as a court, tribunal or governing body, etc. contracts.

An agreement whereby persons who have a dispute or discrepancy between them appoint arbitrators to decide the matter and mutually agree to do what is to be arbitrated. Powered by Black`s Law Dictionary, Free 2nd ed. and The Law Dictionary.