Admiralty Court

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Admiralty Court

a section of the QUEEN'S BENCH Division of the HIGH COURT made up of PUISNE judges assisted by a nautical assessor.
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At the turn of the seventeenth century, the Lord High Admiral had the power to appoint judges in the High Court of Admiralty in London.
They were recently discovered at the National Archives (Kew) among the thousands of volumes that make up the prize court papers of the High Court of Admiralty.
The British High Court of Admiralty's early jurisdiction was very broad.
Robertson, Our High Court of Admiralty and its Sometimes Peculiar Relationship with Congress, 55 ST.
It should be kept in mind that the very way chosen by "Lord Coke and Company" in England to denude the High Court of Admiralty of most of its jurisdiction (175) prior to the American Revolution was to apply the locality standard to contracts.
The sanctuary chairs were presented by Sir Leoline (Llewellyn) Jenkins, Judge of the High Court of Admiralty, later Secretary of State to Charles II.
the High Court of Admiralty, offered the following stultifying
The rare spectacle the Edwardian Londoners saw in the city and the High Court of Admiralty on 8 February 1548 was the fashioning of a black African witness dressed up in European clothes bought in Southampton.
Rothery, the Registrar of the High Court of Admiralty: The boundary line between the two Provinces of Upper and Lower Canada is above Montreal and the junction of the Rivers St.
The estimates were made by the High Court of Admiralty, ostensibly through due process.
High Court of Admiralty papers are the key sources, and these are examined thoroughly, if somewhat routinely, though with a scholar's respect for their limitations.

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