Judiciary and the power of judges in Slovakia

... ofjustice.130) In administeringjustice,judges approach these clauses as a
legislative enactment, a general rule, which is separate from the original
judgment and the specific facts of the case which enabled these clauses or case
law to arise.

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The Northwestern Reporter

... as to the granting of injunction orby the terms of this section , the power of ders
, as by section 31 , Code Civil Proc . , it judges to exercise the functions of a court
is declared that the courts are always is very greatly enlarged , by declaring that ...

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Crown Cases Reserved for Consideration and Decided by the Judges of England

The validity of the rate is essential to the power of a justice to issue a distress
warrant , so justice of the peace of the same county , riding , city , liberty or town
corporate where the church or chapel is situate , in respect whereof such rate
shall ...

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Salaries of Justices and Judges of United States Courts and Members of Congress

( Pay for Congressmen and district judges , for instance , would jump to $ 27,500
. ) But certainly salary scales for Congressmen and judges are out of line with
their prevailing earning power in other fields and with their job responsibilities .

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The Law Magazine and Review

In the more recent Acts , which established the Courts of Probate and Divorce ,
the common law judges had the like power of sitting in those courts ; and under
the Divorce Act , the Chancellor and the common law judges were made
members ...

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The National Corporation Reporter

The best thing in the American commonwealth today is the power ports will see
but very few of the decisions that were made were complained of by re : 2of the
American Judges , and as long as my son of the latitude of any Judge ; hardly
any ...

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The Law Times

But if that be thought too Judges should not have the power to take away costs ; -
such were close a restriction , the prudent course would be to select nomithe
snggestions which were pressed upon the Government with natim certain orders
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The English Reports

If the power of the King ' s Bench or Common Pleas were to be collected from this
act , it must be observed , that the act ... them as Courts any power of interposing
in other cases , nor to the individual Judges a power of interposing in any case .

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Central Reporter

That the Justices thereof consider the latter branch of the case when I are , ex
officio , Judges of the Oyer and Terminer reach it . At present I am upon the
question of in every county of the Commonwealth ; and the power to issue the
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McGeorge Law Review

In the states , where legislation was sparse , the power of judges to create law
was essential to the operation of government in the early Republic and into the
nineteenth century . 20 As recently as 1984 , state judges have used common
law ...

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Congressional Record

I would not presume to answer two such distinguished states they had the power
to recall them at pleasure . All the technithey had the power under the law to
appoint the judges , and men as Mr. Roosevelt and Mr. Root with any argument
of ...

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