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JURATS, officers. In some English corporations, jurats are officers who have much the same power as aldermen in others. Stat. 1 Ed. IV. Stat. 2 & 3 Ed. VI. c. 30; 13 Ed. I., c. 26.

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The hearing was adjourned for the judge and jurats to further consider the sentences for the remaining defendants.
Imposing the 30-month sentence, the presiding Bailiff, Sir Philip Bailhache, who was sitting with Jurats Clapham said: "We accept that you got out of your depth with your dealings with the supplier and the loan shark.
This arrangement was largely a source of conflict, since the Jurats usually found some means of controlling the Jews, mostly on theological grounds.
Foreclosure affidavits -- Affidavits of Amount Due, Schedule of Amount Due, and state-specific jurats constructed with Wolters Kluwer Financial Services' compliance content that allow servicers to complete the necessary documentation prior to filing the foreclosure action while helping them adhere to regulatory requirements; and
Solicitor General Howard Sharp, for the prosecution, told the presiding judge Sir Michael Birt and two jurats - similar to magistrates in mainland UK - who are judging the case: "Until around June 2011 the defendant's day-to-day behaviour was unremarkable, but things changed in June and July.
She staggered out into the street and collapsed in front of some scaffolding outside the flat next door," Mr Sharp told the judge and the jurats.
Such failure could also result in a finding that the taxpayer has not filed a "complete" return as required by the statute and as attested to by the taxpayer and preparer by signing their respective jurats.