Inferior courts

INFERIOR COURTS. By this term are understood all courts except the supreme courts. An inferior court is a court of limited jurisdiction, and it must appear on the face of its proceedings that it has jurisdiction, or its proceedings. will be void. 3 Bouv. Inst. n. 2529.

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The judicial Power of the United States, shall be vested in one supreme Court, and in such inferior Courts as the Congress may from time to time ordain and establish.
Do you know that I am called Florian Barbedienne, actual lieutenant to monsieur the provost, and, moreover, commissioner, inquisitor, controller, and examiner, with equal power in provostship, bailiwick, preservation, and inferior court of judicature?--"
Applying himself in earlier manhood to the study of the law, and having a natural tendency towards office, he had attained, many years ago, to a judicial situation in some inferior court, which gave him for life the very desirable and imposing title of judge.
The Judicial branch forms with the composition of the Supreme Court as an apex court, alongside the high courts and other inferior courts.
justices, judges, prosecuting attorneys, clerks of superior and inferior courts, other lawyers, and other officers and employees connected with the administration of justice, the property and rights in litigation or levied upon an execution before the court within whose jurisdiction or territory they exercise their respective functions; and
The Judicial branch forms with the composition of the Supreme Court as an apex court, alongside the high courts and other inferior courts. The judiciary's function is to interpret the Constitution and federal laws and regulations.
The role of the Supreme Court of Justice in unifying the judicial practice is to be achieved through the acts it pronounces on individual cases, namely by way of jurisprudence, and not by issuing in abstracto some explanatory decisions.The proposal is put forward on the grounds that in practice the situation where explanatory rulings are made compulsory by hierarchically inferior courts and sometimes they are the only grounds for substantiating a judicial act, despite the fact that the provisions of the CPC and the CPC state that these judgments have only recommendation character.
The Supreme Court, however, issued a restraining order against the ruling of the inferior courts while it reviewed the case.
    Supreme Judicial Court, Superintendence of inferior courts.     Frank LaMonde appeals from a judgment of a single justice of this court denying his petition pursuant to G.L.
Inferior courts have also been held to possess implied
To begin with, Article III of the Constitution creates the Supreme Court and allows Congress to create inferior courts. Article III, Section 1 says:
Part I describes normative theories of appeal and their implication that appeals should promote uniformity across inferior courts' judges.