Ecclesiastical Jurisdiction in UK Law

    • Numero 23-2, March 1960
    • The Modern Law Review
    ...... NOTES OF CASES NULLITY JURISDICTION THERE is something to interest lawyers of several creeds ... because it had once been the practice of the ecclesiastical courts to assume jurisdiction over marriages celebrated in ......
  • The Law of Abortion and Necessity
    • Numero 2-2, September 1938
    • The Modern Law Review
    ...... Sciencess1 that it was regarded in them as an ecclesiastical offence only. But it is clear that from fairly early times it ....88 How completely it fell within the ecclesiastical jurisdiction in France may be judged from Le Foyer’s treatise on the ......
  • Reviews
    • Numero 31-2, March 1968
    • The Modern Law Review
    Changing Concepts of Crime and its Treatment. Edited and introduced by Hugh J. Klare Some Problems of the Constitution. By Geoffrey Marshall and G. C. Moodie. Fourth Edition. Equity and the Law of ...
    ...... offences which wns set up by the ITrclesiastictil Jurisdiction Measure 1963. This creatrd the Court of Ecclesiastical ......
  • Void and Voidable Marriages
    • Numero 27-4, July 1964
    • The Modern Law Review
    ...... . . jurisdiction was assumed without argument though the marriage was merely ... by canon law which was administered by the ecclesiastical courts. By canon law a marriage was either valid and ......
  • Dominium in Thirteenth and Fourteenth-Century Political Thought and its Seventeenth-Century Heirs: John of Paris and Locke
    • Numero 33-1, March 1985
    • Political Studies
    Dominium, the notion of lordship, underwent important changes during the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries. An examination of the de potestate regia et papali genre, especially the tract by the D...
    ...... library holdings and own tract ‘on civil and ecclesiastical power’ as well as his Second Treatise, express a debt to the ... but completely separated ecclesiastical from secular jurisdiction, firstly with regards to the respective internal structures, ......
    • Numero 31-6, November 1968
    • The Modern Law Review
    ...... Catholic Church, which was adopted by English ecclesiastical law, that a marriage void on the ground that there was no ... 1857, which introduced divorce and transferred the jurisdiction of the ecclesiastical courts in matrimonial matters to the ......
    • Numero 19-6, November 1956
    • The Modern Law Review
    ...... the ecclesia- stical courts, at one time by Church dignitaries, and afterwards under delegated powers by ecclesiastical lawyers.’ Their jurisdic- tion extended to divorces a mensa et thoro, suits for nullity of marriage, for restitution ......
  • The Republican Moment(s) in Modern France
    • Numero 6-2, April 2007
    • European Journal of Political Theory
    ......-government (free from imperial control and ecclesiastical jurisdiction), republican themes have been an important strain in ......
  • Recent Developments In Nullity Jurisdiction
    • Numero 20-6, November 1957
    • The Modern Law Review
    ...... This distinction was not drawn by the ecclesiastical courts the competence of which was in all cases deter- mined by the residence of the respondent.4 It was the judgment ......
  • Communal Democracy and its History
    • Numero 45-1, March 1997
    • Political Studies
    Communes and communal thought are an essential part of the history of democracy. By recognizing this we can re-discover the connection between democracy and local, small-scale self-government, and ...
    ...... at all, but rather of non-territorial associations: ecclesiastical collegia (cathedral chapters and monasteries), universities and craft ... said of certain city states that the populus possesses `all jurisdiction granted or prescribed by the emperor' and can therefore make its own law; ......
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