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In respect of the High Court, historically a writ of latitat would have been issued, but now a bench warrant is issued, authorizing the tipstaff to arrange for the arrest of the individual, and imprisonment until the date and time the court appoints to next sit.
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High replies that " so greatly did the gods respect their holy places and places of sanctuary that they did not want to defile them with the wolf's blood even though the prophecies say that he will be the death of Odin.
It reorganized the English court system to establish the High Court and the Court of Appeal and also originally provided for the abolition of the judicial functions of the House of Lords with respect to England but, under the act, it would have retained those functions in relation to Scotland and Ireland for the time being.
He was still seen by 20th century critics like Bernard Berenson as the " most famous and most loved " master of the High Renaissance, but it would seem he has since been overtaken by Michelangelo and Leonardo in this respect .< ref > For what it is worth, Amazon UK's " Renaissance " top 25 bestsellers list included five books with Leonardo in the title, three with Michelangelo, and one with Raphael.
The jurisdiction of the High Court with respect to admiralty concern salvage and other legal issues.
The equality of nations being a basic principle of the League of Nations, the High Contracting Parties agree to accord as soon as possible to all alien nationals of states, members of the League, equal and just treatment in every respect making no distinction, either in law or in fact, on account of their race or nationality.
In its decision, the Israeli High Court of Justice ignored the existence of these plans, falsely portraying the villagers as " law-breakers " and " chaotic builders " who have no respect for rule of law.
Judges and counsel are forbidden to wear wigs and gowns in proceedings in the District, Circuit and High Courts in respect of inter alia the following Acts:
Dean Incent's House as it stands today on the Berkhamsted High StreetHigh Clergy of the 16th century frequently distinguished themselves by their furthering of the educational establishment and, in this respect, Berkhamsted owes much to John Incent.
This can only be reviewed through the process of an election petition, which can be filed before the High Court, in respect of elections to the Parliament and State Legislatures.
Originally marketed as FDHD ( Floppy Disk High Density "), later some Macintosh SE FDHDs were labeled Macintosh SE Superdrive, to conform to Apple's marketing change with respect to their new drive.
From May to July 2008, Dr Lewis initiated and organised the successful campaign to change the Freedom of Information Act in order that a High Court ruling, obtained by a journalist on the Sunday Telegraph, that 14 MPs ' home addresses should be published, could never be repeated in respect of any other Parliamentarians.
German Air ace Adolf Galland was to claim after World War II that although there was a focus on taking lessons from the conflict in Spain, he believed the wrong conclusions were drawn by the German High Command with particular respect to the Luftwaffe:
The two High Courts have juridisction over civil and criminal matters but have no jurisdiction " in respect of any matter within the jurisdiction of the Syariah courts.
The May 15 Incident, while studied in western history at a High School Level and University Level for examining the causes of the Second World War with respect to the Axis Powers and the rise of Militarism in Japan, generally truncate the history as merely one critical event that ensured the rise of the Militarists.
Since 2004, he has taught " Introduction to High Technology Entrepreneurship " class, which in many respect parallels business school case study management courses, but with a specific high technology orientation.
Article 1 of the Convention states that " The High Contracting Parties undertake to respect and to ensure respect for the present Convention in all circumstances " ( emphasis added ).
* High power density ( with respect to volume ) of both the propulsor and the prime mover ( because a smaller, higher-speed unit can be used )
: The confidentiality of discussions at meetings of the Government shall be respected in all circumstances save only where the High Court determines that disclosure should be made in respect of a particular matter -
With respect to the testing of the claims in court, Windschuttle writes: ".... when they tested specific policies before the Federal Court, and when they argued the general intentions of the parliaments and legislators before the High Court, the historians and political activists who invented the notion of the Stolen Generations proved incapable of substantiating their case.
Held extra assignments as Custodian of Evacuee Properties in the Province of Sindh, Chairman, Special Court under Suppression of Terrorist Activities ( Special Courts ) Act, 1975 ; Special Appellate Court ( Customs ) and Chairman, Provincial Election Authority, Sindh ( for elections to the local bodies ), Member Syndicate, Senate and Election Board of Mehran University of Engineering and Technology, Member of the Aga Khan University Hospital, Karachi Board of Trustees, Election Tribunal appointed by Election Commission of Pakistan in respect of General Elections held in the year 1985. Participated in a programme titled “ Introduction to Computer and Technology in Courts ” at National Judicial College, Reno, Nevada, USA Chief Justice, High Court of Sindh, Karachi from 1989-1990. Elevated to Judge, Supreme Court of Pakistan from 1990-1994.
The Federal Court also hears criminal appeals from the Court of Appeal, but only in respect of matters heard by the High Court in its original jurisdiction ( i. e. where the case has not been appealed from the Subordinate Courts ).
These activities earned the Nadar community respect and recognition. Most of the shops in Ranganathan Street, Tamil Nadu | Tamil Nadu's premier High Street | high street, are owned by the Nadars.
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It was not until October 2003 that New Zealand law was changed to abolish appeals to the Privy Council in respect of all cases heard by the Court of Appeal of New Zealand after the end of 2003, in favour of a Supreme Court of New Zealand.
In its judgment, the U. S. Supreme Court held that it lacked jurisdiction with respect to Germany's complaint against Arizona due to the eleventh amendment of the U. S. constitution, which prohibits federal courts from hearing lawsuits of foreign states against a U. S. state.
* the person is an undischarged bankrupt, or disqualified by a Court from holding a directorship, unless given leave to act in respect of a particular company or companies.
In Coleman v. Miller ( 1939 ), the Supreme Court declared the question to be non-justiciable, leaving the issue to Congress and accepting the precedent set by Congress ' actions some 71 years earlier with respect to the Fourteenth Amendment.
For instance, the former judge in respect of Cyprus, Loukis Loucaides, criticised the Court for a " reluctance to find violations in sensitive matters affecting the interests of the respondent States ".
The Court's judge in respect of Russia, Anatoly Kovler, explaining his frequent dissenting opinions, noted that " I dislike when the Court evaluates non-European values as reactionary ( Refah v. Turkey )".
His statements in this respect call to mind the statements of US Supreme Court Chief Justice Harlan Fiske Stone who wrote " Chief US prosecutor Jackson is away conducting his high-grade lynching party in Nuremberg, I don't mind what he does to the Nazis, but I hate to see the pretense that he is running a court and proceeding according to common law.
Section 5 of the Act requires that the United States Department of Justice, through an administrative procedure, or a three-judge panel of the United States District Court for the District of Columbia, through a declaratory judgment action " preclear " any attempt to change “ any voting qualification or prerequisite to voting, or standard, practice, or procedure with respect to voting ..." in any " covered jurisdiction.
Justice of the Constitutional Court of the Russian Federation Yury Danilov, reviewing the book in a Moscow English-language daily, made the following remark on Souter's position in Bush v. Gore case: " In a most critical and delicate situation, David Souter had maintained the independence of his position and in this respect had become a symbol of the independence of the judiciary.
The three-judge District Court panel found that segregation in public education has a detrimental effect upon negro children, but denied relief on the ground that the negro and white schools in Topeka were substantially equal with respect to buildings, transportation, curricular, and educational qualifications of teachers.
The Committee notes with concern the restrictive interpretation made by the State party of its obligations under the Covenant, as a result in particular of ( a ) its position that the Covenant does not apply with respect to individuals under its jurisdiction but outside its territory, nor in time of war, despite the contrary opinions and established jurisprudence of the Committee and the International Court of Justice ; ( b ) its failure to take fully into consideration its obligation under the Covenant not only to respect, but also to ensure the rights prescribed by the Covenant ; and ( c ) its restrictive approach to some substantive provisions of the Covenant, which is not in conformity with the interpretation made by the Committee before and after the State party ’ s ratification of the Covenant.
In the proposed Annan Plan of 2004, the right of return was to be severely limited with respect to Greek-Cypriot internally displaced persons / refugees to districts such as Kyrenia, Morphou, Famagusta and parts of Nicosia, despite judgements of the European Court of Human Rights in cases such as Loizidou v. Turkey, and numerous UN resolutions recognizing the right of return.
The Solicitor General, who has offices in the Supreme Court Building as well as the Department of Justice Headquarters, has been called the " tenth justice " as a result of the relationship of mutual respect that inevitably develops between the justices and the Solicitor General ( and their respective staffs of clerks and deputies ).
( i. e. Simple Assault ; Shoplifting ; Criminal Mischief ) The goal of the Court is to ensure that every person is treated with respect and given a fair trial or experience in Municipal Court.
" With respect to " commerce ," the Court held that commerce is more than mere traffic — that it is the trade of commodities — it is also intercourse.
In 1988, the European Court ruled that the law criminalising same sex activities was contrary to the European Convention on Human Rights, in particular Article 8 which protects the right to respect for private life.
Norris then took a case in 1983 to the European Court of Human Rights claiming that the Irish laws breached the state's obligations under Article 8 of the Convention for the Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms, regarding respect for private life ( Norris v. Ireland ).
He wrote specifically ( and since his opinion was joined by Justice Joseph P. Bradley, the decision of the Court in this respect was unanimous ) that he agreed that " the act is unconstitutional, so far as it attempts to prescribe to the judiciary the effect to be given to an act of pardon or amnesty by the President.
" The Court deemed it sufficient that the Boy Scouts had taken an official position with respect to same-sex relationships.