|Statement||by Wm. H. Kerr.|
|Series||CIHM/ICMH Microfiche series = CIHM/ICMH collection de microfiches -- no. 08465, CIHM/ICMH microfiche series -- no. 08465|
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The magistrate's acts of annotated for the use of magistrates [electronic resource]: with forms, precedents and an introduction to the law of evidence / By William Hastings Kerr AbstractAuthor: William Hastings Kerr. Part II—Establishment of magistrates courts, appointment of magistrates and law to be administered. 2. Magisterial areas. 3. Establishment and style of magistrates courts. 4. Appointment and grades of magistrates. 5. Constitution of courts. 6. Assignment of magistrates. 7. Place of sitting. 8. Chief registrar and registrar. 9. How general File Size: KB. APPENDIX B1 - UNIFORM RULES FOR THE MAGISTRATE COURTS Rule 4. Assignment of Cases. Case assignment If the caseload is such, the chief magistrate shall assign cases among the magistrates. Recusal/Disqualification of Judge Motions. All motions to recuse or disqualify a judge presiding in a particular case or proceeding. AN ACT FOR THE CONSTITUTION OF MAGISTRATES' COURTS, FOR THE APPOINTMENT OF MAGISTRATES AND OTHER OFFICERS THEREOF AND OF JUSTICES OF THE PEACE, AND FOR THE REGULATION OF THEIR DUTIES AND JURISDICTION. [1st May, ] PART I-PRELIMINARY. Short title. 1. This Act may be cited as the Magistrates' Courts Act. Interpretation. 2. In this Act, .
Book: Ch.V. magistrates Source: (Acts 31), politarchs in Thessalonica after a riot released Jason on bail (Acts 9), the pro‐consul of a senatorial province, Gallio at Corinth, dismissed a charge against Paul (Acts 17), and strategoi at Philippi apologized to Paul for false imprisonment (Acts . Magistrates’ Courts M1 – 3 [Issue 1] CHAPTER 10 MAGISTRATES’ COURTS ACT ARRANGEMENT OF SECTIONS PART I – PRELIMINARY Section 1. Short title. 2. Interpretation. PART II – RESIDENT MAGISTRATE’S COURTS 3. Establishment of Resident Magistrate’s Court. 4. Criminal jurisdiction of Resident Magistrate’s Court. 5. Annotated Statutes. Magistrates’ Courts Act 32 of (SA) Magistrates’ Courts Amendment Act 9 of (GG ) brought into force on 3 November by GN / (GG ) Magistrates’ Courts Amendment Act 1 of (GG ) came into force on date of publication: 9 March Magistrates Act 3 of (GG ) brought into force in. An Act to consolidate certain enactments relating to the jurisdiction of, and the practice and procedure before, magistrates’ courts and the functions of justices’ clerks, and to matters connected therewith, with amendments to give effect to recommendations of the Law Commission.
Overview. Quite a bit has changed recently as a result of amendments brought about by the Crime and Courts Act , the recent Commencement Orders of the Criminal Justice Act , the new Orders under the Anti-Social Behaviour Crime and Policing Act and those introduced changes by the Legal Aid, Sentencing and Punishment of Offenders Act Annotated Criminal Legislation NSW, is extracted from Criminal Practice and Procedure NSW (available on Lexis Advance, Lexis Red, and as a four-volume looseleaf service), provides extensive coverage of legislation and authoritative annotations by Roderick N Howie QC, a former judge of the Supreme Court of New South Wales, and Peter A Johnson, a judge of the Supreme Court of . Amendment of section 9 of Act 32 of , as substituted by section 2 of Act 8 of and amended by section 4 of Act 53 of , section 8 of Act of , section 11 of Act 29 of , section 24 of Act 94 of , section 1 of Act 28 of and section 2 of Act 34 of Section 9 of the Magistrates' Courts Act is hereby amended by. chapter 1 - magistrates generally: html: word: chapter 2 - selection of magistrates and magistrates' jury: html: word: chapter 3 - jurisdiction and procedure in magistrates' courts: html: word: chapter 5 - magistrates' powers and duties in criminal matters: html: word: chapter 7 - fees and costs of magistrates: html: word: chapter 8.