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appeal from the Royal Court of the Island of Jersey Between Bertram Godfrey Falle and Albina Godfray. by Privy COuncil.

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Court of Appeal; Royal Court; Magistrate's Court; Youth Court; Petty Debts Court; Jersey Employment Tribunal; Social Security Appeal Tribunal; Social Security Medical Appeal Tribunal; Income Support Medical Appeal Tribunal; Health and Safety Appeal Tribunal; The Judicial Greffe supports a variety of different areas of judicial work, including. Unreported Judgments are the judgments as issued by the courts. Jersey Law Reports are concerned with matters of lasting legal importance which have been selected from the Unreported Judgments for additional editing, research and indexing. In terms of civil procedure, the Royal Court of Jersey has enacted its own rules, the Royal Court Rules as amended (“the Rules”). These will be familiar to English practitioners who recall the days of civil procedure before the Woolf reforms. Based on the White Book , the Rules regulate theFile Size: KB. In the Royal Court of Jersey Samedi Division In the year two thousand and fourteen, the twenty -eighth day of May. Before the Judicial Greffier. Upon the application of Her Majesty s Attorney General, IT IS ORDERED that the Planning Obligation Agreement between The Minister for Planning and Environment and the.

The Royal Court Rules can be found within the Revised Edition of Jersey Legislation. The link below will go to the relevant entry in the index for Royal Court Rules () – Revision Date 1st January If there have been any revisions to the Royal Court Rules following the revision date then these will be listed as separate entries.   The oath to be taken by a Jurat of the Royal Court of Guernsey in accordance with Article 9A(3)(a) of the Royal Court (Jersey) Law shall be the oath set out in Schedule 1A. PART 3. JURISDICTION. 3/1 Jurisdiction of the Héritage, Family, Probate . as at 28 February _____ BAILIFF. Timothy John Le Cocq. LIEUTENANT BAILIFFS. Collette Anne Crill. Anthony John Olsen. COURT OF APPEAL. Bailiff (ex officio). The Royal Court Table is a list of civil cases that are to be called in the Royal Court on a particular Friday afternoon. This list is normally available from about 3pm on a .

The Court of Appeal, which sits six times per year, hears appeals from the Royal Court in both criminal and civil cases. From the Court of Appeal, the highest court to which appeal may be taken is the Judicial Committee of the Privy Council in England. Court of Appeal Privy Council UK. Appellate Courts. Advocate Christina Hall explains the process in Jersey for anyone needing to appeal a Royal Court decision. Transcript There are times when it might be necessary to appeal a court’s decision. Appeal from a first instance decision of the Royal Court is to the Jersey Court of Appeal. The judges of the Court of the Appeal are generally eminent Queen's Counsel from the English and Scottish Bars, although the Bailiffs and Deputy Bailiffs of Jersey and Guernsey (the senior full time judges of the Royal Court) can also occasionally sit as. Court of Appeal of Jersey. Members of the Court of Appeal are appointed under the Court of Appeal (Jersey) Law The Court of Appeal sits for seven to eight weeks during the year.