"to give a ruling" in Spanish

TRANSLATIONS & EXAMPLES
fallar{v.i.} [law]
We believe that the court will give its ruling very shortly afterwards, but we still do not have a date for this.
Pensamos que el tribunal fallará poco después pero todavía no tenemos una fecha.
CONTEXT EXAMPLES
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I ask you to give a ruling that two supplementaries may be allowed.
Le pido que resuelva, en el sentido de que se permitan dos preguntas complementarias.
The food safety authorities are there to help us in this aim, but Parliament must also give a ruling.
Por lo tanto, la investigación norteamericana está gravemente viciada.
The Court of Justice shall give its ruling in camera.
El Tribunal de Justicia resolverá a puerta cerrada.
The food safety authorities are there to help us in this aim, but Parliament must also give a ruling.
Para ayudarnos, están evidentemente las agencias de seguridad alimentaria, pero también el Parlamento debe de tomar postura.
Parliament cannot give a ruling on voluntary termination of pregnancy, nor, indeed, on the legality of a judgment.
El Parlamento no puede tomar una decisión sobre la interrupción voluntaria del embarazo, ni sobre la legalidad de una sentencia.
to give a ruling on sth
rendir declaratoria sobre algo
I ask the President to give a ruling as to whether this requires a personal statement from me and from the Member concerned, Mr Titley.
Pido al Presidente que dé una norma sobre si esto exige una declaración personal por mi parte y por parte del diputado aludido, Sr. Titley.
In this respect, I can only welcome the beginning of the next session of the Court in The Hague, which is due to give a ruling on the legitimacy of the ‘wall of shame’.
No puedo felicitarme a este respecto de la apertura de la próxima sesión del Tribunal de La Haya, que debe decidir sobre la legitimidad del «muro de la vergüenza».
In this respect, I can only welcome the beginning of the next session of the Court in The Hague, which is due to give a ruling on the legitimacy of the ‘ wall of shame’.
Sin embargo, ahora corremos verdadero peligro – el terrorismo real o imaginario habiéndose convertido en un factor de un análisis del orden mundial– de deslizarnos hacia el mundial.