sole discretion


  • Procedural Law and Evidence
  • Administrative Law

Definitions of sole discretion

  • if you have sole discretion then you are the only person with the freedom to decide how to act or what should be done in a particular situation

    The special master has sole discretion to set compensation.

Phrase Bank for sole discretion

  • Advances are provided at the discretion of Twitter, and can be increased, decreased, or eliminated entirely, at any time in the Company’s sole discretion.

  • TERMINATION: Either party, in its sole discretion, may terminate this Agreement upon written notice to the other party at any time with or without cause.

  • The Compensation Committee shall have the sole discretion and authority to amend or terminate the Bonus Plan.

  • TRV shall have five (5) consecutive, dependent, exclusive options (each, an “Option”), exercisable in TRV’s sole discretion.

  • Supplier will, in its sole discretion, collect, evaluate and prioritize all external and internal requests for each release.

  • DW may at its sole discretion offer you up-dates of the licensed Program.

  • Consent may be withheld at the sole discretion of any Party from whom consent is sought in respect of the supply of computer programs in source code form.

Additional Notes for sole discretion

  • discretion (noun) the freedom to decide how to act or what should be done in a particular situation: Year-end bonuses, if any, are subject to the discretion of management.