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It was established as the High Court of Judicature at Fort William on May 14, under the High Court's Act, 1861.
But the fact is that the High Court of Judicature at Hyderabad will deal with several more prominent cases, not least of which will be the Rohith Vemula suicide case.
The 23 people, who had been taken from their houses and shackled by the police as part of an interrogation conducted by Republican Prosecution Office, were dispatched to the 2nd criminal judicature of peace by the demand of arresting.
In 1831 Governor Sir Thomas Cochrane, (7) at the request of the Colonial Secretary of State, asked the judges of the Supreme Court to report after the first five years of operation on the strengths and weaknesses of the 1824 Judicature Act and its reception in Newfoundland.
On December 11 2014 the parliament amended the Judicature Act to cut back on the number of apex court judges to five.
Alan Neff, The United State District Judge Nominating Commissions: Their Members, Procedures, and Candidates (1981); see Federal Judicial Selection: The Problems and Achievements of Carter's Merit Plan, 62 JUDICATURE 463-510 (1979) (special issue).
A team of Kuwaiti lawyers succeeded in acquiring the court ruling, by Spain's Supreme Court of Judicature, which accused PwC of an error in judgment and failing to carry out their professional obligations, deputy chief of Kuwait's Fatwa and Legislation Department, Salah Al-Masd told KUNA.
This is because the grievance judicature is a branch of the normal judicature.
595); the "High Court of Judicature at Fort William" was established in 1862.
Whyte was disqualified from acting as a director for seven years by the Supreme Court of Judicature on June 12, 2000.
The position of Case Management Master for the Court of Queen's Bench, Family Division in the Judicial District of Saint John was created by amendments to the Judicature Act in 2010.
Quincy's written legacy from the 1760s and 1770s takes many forms: a journal of his travels to the South, his commonplace book, and a set of law reports of the cases he witnessed between 1761 and 1772 at the Superior Court of Judicature in Massachusetts.
Cynthia Gray, director of the Center for Judicial Ethics of the American Judicature Society, described the range of potential actions the judicial conduct commission might take, ranging from a private reprimand (the least severe) to removal proceedings against the judge (the most severe).
The petitioner, a freelance journalist, stated that under the Constitution CJP is not bound to consult any one in either the Executive or the Judicature.
Judge David is a member of many professional, fraternal and civic organizations, including the Los Angeles, American, and Westwood Bar Associations, American Judicature Society, Phi Alpha Delta, Order of the Coif, American Legion, Reserve Officers Association, Acacia Club, Masons, and Shrine.