Q. . The term ‘res-judicata’ was seen in the news recently, it means

[A] A case in which there has been a final judgment and that is no longer subject tou00a0appeal.

[B] A process of dismissing an advocate from appearing the court for any criminal case.

[C] A special Rajya Sabha session conducted by the Vice-President of India on the matter of national importance.

[D] The procedure through which Prime Minister of India selects the Cabinet Secretary.

Answer: A

Explanation –

Res-judicata is a judicial concept which means that the issue before the court has already been decided by another court, between the same parties. Therefore, the case can no longer be appealed.

Source: ForumIAS