1 edition of Catalogue of portraits of the Judges of the Supreme Court of Nova Scotia found in the catalog.
Catalogue of portraits of the Judges of the Supreme Court of Nova Scotia
|Contributions||Harris, Robert Edward, 1860-, Townshend, Charles James, Sir, 1844-1924|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||111 p. :|
|Number of Pages||111|
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The Structure of the Supreme Court. The Nova Scotia Supreme Court is a circuit court, which means its Judges travel to and from their home location to other courthouses to hear cases.
Although they live and work in communities across Nova Scotia, they have province-wide jurisdiction. The Nova Scotia Supreme Court is a superior court in the province of Nova Scotia. The Supreme Court consists of 25 judicial seats including the position of Chief Justice and Associate Chief Justice.
At any given time there may be one or more additional justices who sit as supernumerary justices. The justices sit in 18 different locations around the province.
The Supreme Court sits regularly in eighteen locations across Nova Scotia. It is a court of original jurisdiction and, as such, has complete jurisdiction in both civil and criminal matters arising in the province of Nova Scotia, except in matters or cases expressly excluded by statute.
#15 Justices of the Supreme Court of Nova Scotia. Chief Justice Deborah K. Smith Associate Chief Justice (vacant as of J ) Justice Joshua M. Arnold - Halifax Justice John Bodurtha - Halifax Justice Denise Boudreau - Halifax Justice Christa M. Brothers - Halifax. The Court of Appeal for Nova Scotia (Nova Scotia Court of Appeal or NSCA) is the highest appeal court in the province of Nova Scotia, are currently 8 judicial seats including one assigned to the Chief Justice of Nova Scotia.
At any given time there may be one or more additional justices who sit as supernumerary justices. The court sits in Halifax, which is the capital of Nova Scotia. Harris, R. V.: § Harris was a lawyer, and, for a period of years, the Prothonotary of the Supreme Court.
Catalogue of Portraits of The Judges of the Supreme Court of Nova Scotia and Other Portraits; (np,nd [likely ]); soft covered book of pp. Contains bibliographic notes on the old judges together with portraits of many of them. Pages in category "Judges in Nova Scotia" The following pages are in this category, out of total.
This list may not reflect recent changes (). : Decisions of the Supreme Court of Nova Scotia (): James Macdonald Oxley, John Morris Geldert, Nova Scotia.
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Nova Scotia Judicature Act, With Rules and Forms by Nova Scotia (Author), Nova Scotia. Supreme Court (Creator) ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important. ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book.
Full text of "The Judicature Act: and rules of the Supreme Court of Nova Scotia (chapter 32 of the acts of )" See other formats. Associate Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Nova Scotia (Family Division) Devonshire Avenue Halifax, Nova Scotia B3K 5R5.
Mailing Address: P.O. BoxStation A Halifax, Nova Scotia B3K 5M6. Two men and two women have been appointed judges to the Nova Scotia Supreme Court. They include: Robin Gogan of The Breton Law Group in Sydney, who has been a lawyer for 18 years. Justice Minister Jody Wilson-Raybould has appointed Cindy Murray and Christa Brothers to the Nova Scotia Supreme Court.
Justice Murray replaces Justice John D. Murphy, who elected supernumerary status on March 1, She will preside in the Supreme Court’s family division. Justice Brothers replaces Justice Arthur Pickup, who retired from the bench on Sept. 30, The Nova Scotia Reports : Containing Reports of Cases ArguedVolume 14 Nova Scotia.
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BLAKE BROWN AND SUSAN S. JONES 7 Halifax Homes of the Nova Scotia Supreme Court BRIAN CUTHBERTSON Part 3: Case Studies. And, also, there are a couple of legal publications that have dealt with Sir Alexander Croke: The Judges of the Supreme Court of Nova Scotia, Catalogue of and Portraits of, (Halifax: Law Courts, ~) and "The Supreme Court of Nova Scotia and Its Judges.
Full text of "Decisions of the Supreme Court of Nova Scotia" See other formats. The Honourable Patrick J. Duncan was appointed to the Supreme Court of Nova Scotia in November Since becoming a judge, he has taught criminal law to newly-appointed judges and presented on issues including privacy, evidence, disclosure, and criminal jury trials.
The Supreme Court (Family Division) operates in Halifax, Sydney, and Port Hawkesbury, and covers the areas of the Halifax Regional Municipality and all of Cape Breton.
They are sometimes called ‘unified family courts’ or the ‘Family Division.’ The Family Division deals with all family law issues, including.
HALIFAX—Nova Scotia has appointed the first Mi’kmaq woman and the third black woman to the provincial and family courts in what the province’s premier is calling a “huge step forward.
Nova Scotia Legal Aid lawyer Catherine Benton is the second only Mi'kmaq to become a judge in Nova Scotia. She was named to the provincial judiciary by Justice Minister Michel Samson. HALIFAX -- The Appeals Division of the Nova Scotia Supreme Court Monday increased from 10 months to three years the sentence of a former Nova Scotia policeman convicted of manslaughter.
Harry O. The Supreme Court of Nova Scotia has its origins in the powers given to Governor Edward Cornwallis in the Commission and Royal Instructions issued in London on 6 May By that instrument, the governor was given plenary powers in judicial matters to establish courts of justice. LeBlanc, who served as a Nova Scotia Supreme Court judge for nearly two decades, was named lieutenant-governor by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau earlier this month.
Province of Nova Scotia, - Biography & Autobiography - pages 1 Review This history of the provincial court includes biographies of provincial court judges, a history of the family court, biographies of family court judges, and appendices which provide a 5/5(1).
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Thomas and T.H. Purdom, K.C., of London. She was on the Ontario Court of Appeal for 18 months before joining the Supreme Court.
Born: Oct. 3, Law school: York University's Osgoode Hall Law School, Author: Sean Fine. enNo. 2 — Janu Registration SOR/ January 4, CRIMINAL CODE Nova Scotia Rules of Practice Respecting Applications and Hearings Concerning a Reduction in the Number of Years of Imprisonment without Eligibility for Parole The Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Nova Scotia, pursuant to subsection (1) (see footnote a) of the Criminal Code, hereby makes the.
He was previously a judge of the Provincial Court from toat which point he was appointed Chief Judge of the Provincial Court of Nova Scotia. He served as the Associate Chief Justice of the Supreme Court from toand finally was elevated to Chief Justice in Born: Enfield, Nova Scotia.
In Nova Scotia, there are rules that outline what an affidavit should look like and how it should be written. You can get a copy of the form from your local court, or you can find a copy online at the Courts of Nova Scotia help completing your affidavit, view the Affidavits video found here.
The affidavit form used by the Supreme Courts may be different from the affidavit form. Sketches of attorney generals of Nova Scotia, / by John Doull, Judge of the Supreme Court, KF Z9 A1 D68 Fraser & Beatty, the first years / Stanley E.
Edwards. The Nova Scotia Court of Appeal recently released its reasons in Blunden Construction Ltd. case is important because it reviews the law regarding summary judgment and provides an analysis of the test for summary judgement outlined in the Nova Scotia Court of Appeal’s decision in Burton Canada Co v.
Coady and reconciles it with the recent decision of the Supreme Court of. Inshe made history again when she became the first female chief justice in Canada with her appointment to the position in the Supreme Court of Nova Scotia.
Reports of cases, argued and determined, in the Court of Vice-Admiralty, at Halifax in Nova-Scotia [microform]: from the commencement of the war, into the end of the yearin the time of Alexander Croke, LL.D., judge of that court / by James Stewart.
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Samuel Moreau and Rickcola Brinton Appointed Judges of the Provincial and Family Court Ma / in News / by Lisa Stokkeskog We are thrilled to advise that Samuel Moreau, Manager of our Port Hawkesbury Office, and Rickcola Brinton, Manager of our Halifax Youth Office, have both been appointed Judges of the Provincial and Family Court.
The Bench: The History of Nova Scotia's Provincial Courts Hardcover – Jan. 1 by Judge R. Kimball (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other Author: Judge R. Kimball.
Jeffrey R. Hunt appointed a Justice of the Supreme Court of Nova Scotia. We are proud to announce that Jeffrey R.
Hunt, a partner in our Truro office, has been appointed a Judge of the Supreme Court of Nova Scotia, Trial Division. Jeff received a Bachelor of Laws from Dalhousie Law School in After being admitted to the Barristers' Society.
Cindy Murray, managing lawyer of the Antigonish Legal Aid Office, is appointed a judge of the Supreme Court of Nova Scotia in Halifax. She replaces Mr. Justice J.D. Murphy, who elected to become.Family Court Judges’ Pension Coverage Judges with between 5 and 10 years of service as a Judge who become disabled, or Judges with at least 10 years of service as a Judge who resign and whose resignation is deemed to be in the public interest or conducive to the better administration of justice, are.For more information on the Nova Scotia Court of Chancery, see Cahill, Barry.
"Bleak House Revisited: The Records and Papers of the Court of Chancery in Nova Scotia, " Archivaria 29 (Winter ): "Chancery Rules of Practice." Halifax, N.S.: Royal Gazette Office, Cruickshank, Jim.