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a court with jurisdiction in equity

an office of archives for public or ecclesiastic records

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This approach in England continued till 1874 when the judicial system of UK was modified and now has four divisions: Common Law; Admiralty, Probate and Divorce, and the Chancery Division. The last is concerned with equity and morality (more important, their man-defined law) and to accept compelling circumstantial evidence with organisation like PIA and PSM going up in smoke, it doesn't take a manager with less than the average intelligence to know what is wrong.
Chancery Division judge Mr Justice Peter Smith ruled that Palestinian-born Janan Harb, 68, was entitled to more than PS15m plus the value of two London properties.
The English High Court has appointed a receiver to oversee the interests of the Libyan Investment Authority (LIA) in its ongoing litigations against Goldman Sachs and SociEatEa GEanEarale in the Chancery Division and the Commercial Court, London.
Sports Direct were granted the injunction at the Chancery Division of London's High Court after the clothing company complained information had already been leaked to the press.
Karen Suter, a judge with the chancery division of the Superior Court of New Jersey, had granted Bellator a preliminary injunction which blocked Jackson from taking part in the UFC contest.
Paul Griffiths, of Birmingham legal firm Clarke Willmott, con-firmed the news in an official statement: "Our client, Mr John Wade, having obtained a judgment against AVFPA Ltd on November 25, 2014, for a sum of PS22,181 together with interest and costs, and in respect of which nothing has been paid by the company, has issued a winding up petition against the company in the Chancery Division of the High Court in Birmingham.
on July 21 2014 in the High Court of Justice, Chancery Division, Manchester District Registry and has requested the appointment of FTI Consulting LLP as Administrator.
The two judges who found against Yasmin Prest, Lord Justice Rimer and Lord Justice Patten, have a background in the chancery division of the high court that deals with commercial affairs.
Now after many county court hearings a four-day hearing is due to start on Tuesday in the Chancery Division, Leeds.
The case - Midlands Regen Ltd v Mr Collyer - is listed to start on Monday, September 3, in the High Court Chancery Division in Birmingham.
The case - Midlands Regen v Collyer - is listed to start on September 3 in the High Court Chancery Division in Birmingham and is expected to last for several days.
At the Royal Courts of Justice, the claim was issued in the Chancery division, which deals with complex issues, including intellectual property and copyright disputes, probate, and professional negligence.
Patrick Oot (left), co-founder and general counsel of the Electronic Discovery Institute, moderated the panel, which included (from left to right) Judge James Francis of the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York, Judge Lorenzo Garcia of the United States District Court for the District of New Mexico, Judge Peter Flynn of the Circuit Court of Cook County, Illinois, Chancery Division, and Judge David Waxse of the United States District Court for the District of Kansas.
The case will go before a High Court Registrar in the Chancery Division of the High Court when lawyers for Phoenix Venture Holdings will argue for the disclosure of financial information related to the assets of MG Rover, which passed between administrators PwC and bank HBOS in 2005.
The suits, which involve a total of three patents and seek injunctive relief and monetary damages, were filed in Germany and the UK at the District Court of Duesseldorf and the High Court of Justice, Chancery Division, Patents Court, respectively.