nihil-dicit judgment

Definition of "nihil-dicit judgment"
  1. A ruling made against an individual or party who doesn't provide a valid response to the allegations brought by the plaintiff. This can occur when the response is revoked or doesn't directly address the core issues of the plaintiff's argument
How to use "nihil-dicit judgment" in a sentence
  1. The court rendered a nihil-dicit judgment because the defendant failed to effectively answer the allegations.
  2. Due to the defendant's non-responsive answer to the claims, a nihil-dicit judgment was made.
  3. Although the defendant submitted an answer, it didn't address the plaintiff's case effectively, resulting in a nihil-dicit judgment.

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