Ecclesiastical Law in UK Law
Parochial Church Council v Wallbank
... ... Repairs Act 1932 provides that if the defendant would have been liable to be admonished to repair the chancel by the appropriate ecclesiastical court, the court shall give judgment for the cost of putting the chancel in repair. When a parochial church council acts pursuant to that provision ... ...
The Reverend Canon Jeremy Pemberton v The Right Reverend Richard Inwood, Former Acting Bishop of Soutwell and Nottingham
... ... It is also not in dispute that the Canons are part of the law of England and Wales and together with ecclesiastical common law and Measures (which are a form of legislation) form the body of Ecclesiastical law. The Canons can only be implemented if they are ... ...
- Thynne v Thynne
Percy v Church of Scotland Board of National Mission
... ... I (a) of the First Schedule to the National Insurance Act 1911: 'the position of a curate is the position of a person who holds an ecclesiastical office, and not the position of a person whose rights and duties are defined by contract at all'. Thus Parker J contrasted the position of an office ... ...
St. Edmundsbury and Ipswich Diocesan Board of Finance v Clark (No. 2)
... ... the provisions of the Coal Act 1938 and to all rights of way water light and other easements (if any) and to all duties and payments ecclesiastical or civil affecting the same and to the convenants hereinafter contained and subject also to a right of way over the land coloured red on the said ... ...
- Bourne v Keane
Salvesen v Administrator of Austrian Property
... ... affinity within the prohibited degrees could marry, and the marriage, though voidable, could only be got rid of by the sentence of an Ecclesiastical Court pronounced within the lifetime of the parties. But the status though voidable was not the less a status, a res with which the Court could ... ...
Aston Cantlow and Wilmcote with Billesley Parochial Church Council v Wallbank
... ... Ecclesiastical law is a portmanteau term which embraces not only the canon law but both secular legislation and common law relating to the church. "The law of the ... ...
E v English Province of Our Lady of Charity and another
... ... In canon law the position of parish priest is an ecclesiastical office which is of its nature perpetual and to which successive individuals are appointed. The effect is that subject to the oversight of the bishop, ... ...
Fullam v Newcastle Chronicle and Journal Ltd
... ... an illegitimate child; (c) had wrongly continued after his marriage; (d) had wrongly withheld the fact of his marriage from his ecclesiastical superiors and parishioners; (e) that in the premises he was unfit to be Deputy Headmaster of the said school ... 14 ... ...
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