County Court


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County Court

a local court in England and Wales, presided over by a circuit judge. They hear major civil cases, fast-track cases and handle bankruptcy and the winding-up of companies. Divorce and family cases are handled there.
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Clegg also pleaded guilty to three charges of fraud, which were committed between September 1, 2007, and April 30, 2008, where he claimed to be a qualified barrister and was able to represent clients before the county court.
The ruling, made on May 11, came just days before a district judge sitting in Birmingham County Court said that penalty fees ( which can be as high as pounds 39 ( were a legitimate part of the banking service.
Joy Pugh, 48, of Tycoch, Swansea, was awarded pounds 90,000 damages in a judgment at Swansea County Court.
Cardiff county court heard Mr Edwards claim he should have had a debriefing session.
Under the plans, 14 of the 28 county courts, including Pontypool, in the Wales and Chester circuit may shut to the public by becoming part-time local hearing venues.
The awarded funds will be used by the Carbon County Court of Common Pleas to implement a drug treatment court, which they believe will lead to a reduction in recidivism and the number of drug dependent offenders.
The Florida Constitution currently requires circuit and county court judge candidates to be Bar members in good standing for five years.
The listed old post office and county court in Westgate Street are set to be transformed into a four-star, 175-bed hotel operated by the Celtic Manor Resort.
The Andrews Labor Government has announced the appointment of Mr Arushan Pillay as a judge of the County Court.
Jackson, on four outstanding warrants from three counties and Missouri state: Possession of meth, failure to appear/FTA in Christian County court; possession of meth, FTA, Effingham County; unlawful possession of meth, Montgomery County, and possession of controlled substance, in Missouri.
V, [section]5, gives the legislature the "exclusive authority to provide for the manner of appeals from the county court to the circuit court." (5) Article V, [section]5(b), provides that the "circuit courts shall have original jurisdiction not vested in the county courts, and jurisdiction of appeals when provided by general law." (6) The same section also provides that circuit courts shall have the power to issue writs of mandamus, quo warranto, certiorari, prohibition, habeas corpus, and "all writs necessary or proper to complete exercise of their jurisdiction." (7)
SUBSTITUTED SERVICE OF BANKRUPTCY PETITION In the NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE County Court 0024 of 2018 MS RHODA G HUTTON T/A A B C SERVICES last known address 2 Axwell Park Road, Blaydon-On-Tyne.

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