- liable for trial in court
- subject to court jurisdiction
Origin of justiciableAnglo-French ; from Old French ; from justice: see justice
- Appropriate for a decision by a court because of the presentation of clear legal issues in a dispute between parties with an actual stake in the outcome.
- Appropriate to adjudication by the judiciary rather than resolution by the legislative or administrative branches.
Origin of justiciableMiddle English, from Old French, from Medieval Latin i&umacron;stitiabilis, from Medieval Latin i&umacron;stitiare, to try, from Latin i&umacron;stitia, justice; see justice.