It is known as resolution to the ruling, decision or decree that is issued by an authority. Judicial, for its part, is what is linked to the application of the laws and the development of a trial.

Judicial resolutionA judicial resolutionTherefore, it is an opinion issued by a court to order compliance with a measure or to resolve a request from one of the parties involved in a dispute. In the framework of a judicial process, a resolution can function as a development action, a order or a conclusion.

For a judicial decision to be valid, it must respect certain requirements Y formal questions. In general, the decision should include the place and date of issue, the names and signatures of the judges who issue it, and a development on the decision.

Judicial decisions can be classified in different ways according to the instance in which they are pronounced, the matter they deal with or their nature. A car, for example, it is a judicial resolution that implies a pronouncement of the judges on a request of the parties linked to the jurisdictional process.

In addition to the car, we have to emphasize that there are two other types of court decisions such as these:
-The orders, which are those resolutions made by the judge and which refer to procedural issues that require a judicial decision according to what is established by law.
-The sentences, which we can say is the most frequent type of judicial resolution and that, either in the first or second instance, it is carried out to be able to end a process and once the ordinary process has concluded, the established procedure by law.

A judgment it is also a judicial resolution. In this case, the resolution concludes a litigation or a court case. What a judgment does is recognize the right of one of the parties and oblige the other party to comply with what has been pronounced.

If we take a trial for a murder, the sentence is the judicial resolution that convicts or acquits the accused. When the defendant is found guilty, the sentence sets the pain that you must comply with.

All this without overlooking the fact that one can also speak of two other modalities:
-Firm judicial decisions, which are those with which it is not possible to present any type of appeal, either because the law so establishes it or because that case has been foreseen, but the time or deadline set for do so and none of the parties involved in the process have done so.
-Final judicial decisions, which are responsible for putting an end to what is called the first instance and which proceed to decide the resources that have been filed before them, complying with the legal requirements for this and also with the established deadlines.

We cannot ignore either that court clerks can carry out two types of judicial decisions: proceedings and decrees. The latter are carried out when they have the exclusive competence to proceed to conclude the procedure, once the claim has been admitted for processing, or when it is established that it is necessary.