Judges Rules in UK Law
- The Election Judges Rota Rules 2015
- Circuit Judges' Superannuation (Transitional) Rules 1971
- Rules, Dated December 13, 1837, Made by the JUDGE, AND CONFIRMED BY THREE JUDGES OF THE SUPERIOR COURT.
- ORDER, Dated JUNE 17, 1861, APPROVING RULES FOR THE ABOVE COURT Made by the JUDGE AND CONFIRMED BY THREE JUDGES OF THE SUPERIOR COURTS.
Parliamentary Elections Act 1868
...... ‘Rules of Court’ shall mean Rules to be made as herein-after mentioned: . ...every Year, select, by a Majority of Votes, One of the Puisne. Judges of such Court, not being a Member of the House of. Lords, to be placed on ......
Court of Probate Act 1857
....... VIII. The Judge shall have Rank and Precedence with the Puisne Judges of Her Majesty's Superior Courts of Common Law at Westminster . according ... Testamentary as may be assigned to them from Time to Timeby the Rules and Orders under this Act; and the Persons so appointed shall be styled ......
Administration of Justice Act 1969
...... 1949 and the Registered Designs Act 1949 to consist of two or more judges; to change the title and qualification of clerks to registrars of the ... County court rules. 9 County court rules. . (1) In section 102 of the principal Act ......
Supreme Court (now known as Senior Courts) Act 1981
....... (1) The Court of Appeal shall consist of ex-officio judges. and not more than eighteen ordinary judges. . (2) The following shall ...of Appeal except where rules of court made in pursuance of subsection. (2) provide otherwise. . (2) ......
Judicial Committee Act 1844
...... not exceeding Fourteen Years, in like Manner and subject to the same Rules as the Extension for a Term not exceeding Seven Years is now granted under ..., or Foreign Dominion of the Crown, requiring the Judge or Judges of such Court to transmit to the Clerk of the Privy Council a Copy of the ......
Common Law Procedure Act 1854
...... or his Discretion, think fit to allow such Trial; or provided the Judges of the Superior Courts of Law at Westminster . shall, in pursuance of ... the Reference, be conducted in like Manner, and subject to the same Rules and Enactments, as to the Power of the Arbitrator and of the Court, the ......
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