25) The point worth emphasising in the present context is that early in the history of Federation, the federal Parliament was content to rely on institutions created in and for the British colonies and, in the case of the state Supreme Courts, modelled on the English Supreme Court of Judicature
, to apply and interpret federal law in the exercise of the new federal jurisdiction.
3) Supreme Court of Judicature
Act 1873, s 25(11); Earl of Oxford's case  21 ER 485 (Ch)
King George III appointed him as a puisne judge of "His Majesty's Supreme Court of Judicature
at Fort William.
Whyte was disqualified from acting as a director for seven years by the Supreme Court of Judicature
on June 12, 2000.
24) The Fourth Provincial Congress of New York had elected John Jay to be chief justice of New York's Supreme Court of Judicature
A recent decision handed down by the Supreme Court of Judicature
, Court of Appeal, in the United Kingdom defines "personal data" as it relates to records being held by banks or other institutions regulated by the country's Data Protection Act of 1998.
Upon the commencement of the Supreme Court of Judicature
Act, 1873 (65) in 1875, the old High Court of Admiralty and the common law courts were fused and the jurisdiction of each of the former courts was transferred to the new High Court of Justice.