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The Citadel - a landmark Victorian building opposite Birmingham's historic law courts - has changed hands in a deal worth almost pounds 8 million.
The new ACT Law Courts, with a capital cost of $150 million, will meet the territory s needs for the next 50 years in a more functional, flexible and sustainable way, and create about 350 jobs throughout the construction phase of the project.
Where there was extreme cruelty a law court judge could be asked to dispense with the blood parents' consent and grant an adoption but all too often many judges were reluctant to do this.
Bridgend Magistrates Court and Law Courts, which are among the facilities earmarked for closure <B Rob Browne
A breakdown of the figures, which relate to Cardiff's crown and magistrates courts, the law courts in Merthyr Tydfil and magistrates in Bridgend, Caerphilly and Pontypridd, illustrates which items staff confiscated most often.
Teesside Law Courts in |early 1973, left and above - the entrance as seen then from the public library in Victoria Square
The Queen Elizabeth II Law Courts, in Derby Square, offer 22 crown court hearing rooms and four youth court rooms.
He formed a building firm in 1875 which built many of Birmingham's key buildings - many of which are still in use today - the finest being Victoria Law Courts, the foundation stone of which was laid by Queen Victoria in 1887.
A REFERENDUM to create a dedicated family law court is to be held next year.
Summary: Common law courts have increased jurisdiction, which may take away some business to Emirati lawyers.
STAFF at Mold Law Courts were so horrified by a case where a conman pretended to collect sponsorship for Help the Heroes, but kept the cash himself, that they decided to do something about it.
Dubai Companies will now be able to choose to have dispute cases heard in English common law courts.