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Since it did not contain an amendment provision, "it must have been intended to have more flexibility than an ordinary statute." (29) At this point, O'Connor cited the "living tree" metaphor from Edwards (30) in conjunction with dicta from the Privy Council's decision in British Coal Corporation and others v.
On the Privy Council, Ms McVey joins leaders of the opposition parties, senior judges, top bishops and Commonwealth representatives.
This is why I resigned in protest from the Privy Council.
This article examines the discourse in the Clerk of the Privy Council's annual reports in two ways.
The Muslim community of India regarded the decision of the Privy Council as interference in Mohammadan Law.
After hearing a day-and-a-half of legal submissions last month, the Privy Council, sitting at London's Supreme Court on Parliament Square, rejected his appeal that the police's actions amounted to an "abuse of process."
BEIRUT: Canada will contribute $1 million to help organize the sixth Francophone Games, which will take place in Beirut from September 27 to October 6, according to an announcement Thursday by Josee Verner, of intergovernmental affairs minister, president of the Queen's Privy Council for Canada and francophone minister.
The collection includes Foreign, Scotland, Borders and Ireland papers for the 16th century as well as the Registers of the Privy Council for the whole of the Tudor period, providing an insight into some of the most important international historic events and themes from 1509 to 1603.
But, during the course of the judgment, the Judicial Committee of the Privy Council came close to declaring that pre-nups should have the full force of the law behind them, and claimed that was an issue for the Government.
The evidence offered for it is two Privy Council orders, of 1598 and 1600 which, Gurr claims, were a "reaffirmation" of the 1594 deal.
However, he appealed against the severity of the punishment to the only possible authority, the Privy Council, and in November had the judgement overturned, and substituted with six months' suspension.
However, its gestation dates back to 1901 when an editorial published in the Jamaican Gleaner suggested the need for a regional court of last resort to replace the London-based Judicial Committee of the Privy Council, which was the final court of appeals for all the Commonwealth Caribbean countries before their independence from the United Kingdom.