the salaries of Associates and to abolish Tipstaffs
100) In addition, support personnel, including the employment of two Associates rather than the original one Associate and one Tipstaff
for each of the High Court Judges, remains an integral part of the contemporary staffing arrangements in the twenty-first century for the current High Court Bench.
advised the judge that the boy would still not go to his mother and that it would not be possible to force him.
Reviewing the amounts that the boys were awarded for their injuries, the judge turned to his tipstaff
and muttered, "[D]id you ever see anything like this?
Thornton, of Ormerod Road, Burnley, was led away by the High Court tipstaff
B planning (Hons), LLB (Hons) (UNSW), Tipstaff
to the Hon.
Pipe has just the two runners, Tipstaff
who is returning from a long lay-off in the Pot Black Handicap Hurdle and Mark Equal in the Levy Board Standard National Hunt Flat race.
A total of eight horses are not qualified for the race, including Martin Pipe's French import Tipstaff
- a faller on both his starts in Britain to date.
30am raid was carried out by an official, or tipstaff
, for the High Court in London.
, which Jim Bolger trains for Godolphin, shaped with plenty of promise when runner-up to Pacodadi on his recent debut at Gowran Park, holds Ample Sufficiency on that form and should be tough to beat in the finale.
When acting as tipstaff
, one associate sits behind their justice in court, at hand to furnish any material cited by counsel (and to witness the exchanges between bench and bar, courtly or otherwise).
Among the star lots will be a rare George III tipstaff
from the Bank of England which dates from around 1780.