JUSTICIABLE

justiciable (j[schwa]-stish-ee-[schwa]-b[schwa]l or j[schwa]s-tish-[ schwa]-b[schwa]l), adj. (Of a case or dispute) properly brought before a court of justice; capable of being disposed of judicially (a justiciable controversy). [Cases: Action 6; Federal Courts 12.

1. C.J.S. Actions §§ 38–45.]