British Consular Jurisdiction in the East; With Topical Indices of Cases on Appeal from and Relating to Consular Courts and Consuls, Also a Collection of Statutes Concerning Consuls

British Consular Jurisdiction in the East; With Topical Indices of Cases on Appeal from and Relating to Consular Courts and Consuls, Also a Collection of Statutes Concerning Consuls

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1887 edition. Excerpt: ...undermentioned Orders; 3 and neglect or misconduct by oflicers of the various Courts is explicitly made summarily punishable by the Court concerned.' 36. Protection to officers engaged in carrying out the provisions of the Orders against frivolous or oppressive actions is given by the Orders below." 37. The Chief Justice of the Supreme Court for China and Japan and the Judge of the Court for Japan are explicitly empowered to admit persons to practise as barristers and solicitors in their respective Courts, and to make rules as to the 1 1881, 22-7, 28-46; 1884, 4. 2 1884,43. '1 Ottoman Dominions, 1873, 57; China, Japan and Corea, 1865, 155; 1884, 4; Zanzibar, 1884, 35 (as to Zanzibar or foreign Courts only); Siam, 1886, 35; Western Pacific, 1877, 137; West Africa, 1884, 9 (6) (7) (9). '1 Ottoman Dominions, 1873, 58, 59; China, Japan and Corea, 1865, 156; 1884, 4; Zanzibar, 1884, 46, 47; Vestcrn Pacific, 1877, 138, 139. 5 Ottoman Dominions, 1873, 44; China, Japan and Corea, 1865, 157; 1884, 4; Siam, 1857, 32; Morocco, 1857, 38; Muscat, 1867, 33; Madagascar, 1869, 33; Western Pacific, 1877, 155. But see the Foreign Jurisdiction Acts, 1843, s. 7, and 1878, s. 8, ante, pp. 18, 31. As to the liability of judicial officers in actions at law tide Kemp v. Neville, 10 C. B. N. S. 523, and the Notes thereto in Broom's Constitutional Law. Gnu. III. admission of persons to practise in the provincial Sec. 3. Courts.' In the Supreme Court at Constantinople it is the rule to allow the right of audience to all advocates or recognized practitioners in the other Consular and the native Courts. The same rule it is believed is followed in the provincial Courts. 38. In all these countries, except the Western Pacific and...show more

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  • United States
  • English
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  • 1236983637
  • 9781236983633