Procedural knowledge Procedural knowledge or know-how is the knowledge of how to perform some task. Know-how is different from other kinds of knowledge such as propositional knowledge in that it can be directly applied to a task. Procedural knowledge about solving problems differs […]
Court of Chancery-These guidelines reflect some suggested best practices for moving cases forward to completion in the Court of Chancery. They have been developed jointly by the Court and its Rules Committee to provide help to practitioners. The members of the Court and its Rules Committee recognize that a particular situation may call for the parties to proceed in a different manner. Likewise, a member of the Court may prefer in the context of a given case that the parties proceed in a different manner.
A tenant who lost by default was not for ever barred, but could regain his land if he succeeded in a writ “of a higher nature”; thus, if he had lost by default in an assize he could still recover if his title was sufficient in a writ of entry, or if he had lost by default in a writ of entry, he could resort to a writ of right. Even in a writ of right, a judgment by default will not bar a future writ of right except in certain circumstances.
LAW NO. (15) OF 1971 THE CRIMINAL PROCEDURES LAW We, Khalifa bin Hamad Al Thani, Deputy Ruler of Qatar, after reviewing the provisional statute of government in Qatar , in particular on […]
WHEREAS the Process, Practice, and Mode of Pleading in the Superior Courts of Common Law at Westminster may be rendered more simple and speedy : Be it enacted by the Queen’s most Excellent Majesty, by […]
THE NARCOTIC DRUGS AND PSYCHOTROPIC SUBSTANCES ACT, 1985 41. Power to issue warrant and authorisation.— (1) A Metropolitan Magistrate or a Magistrate of the first class or any Magistrate of the second-class […]
CHAPTER IV Procedure sec 19 to 27 The Administrative Tribunals Act, 1985 19. Applications to Tribunals .-(1) Subject to the other provisions of this Act, a person aggrieved by any order pertaining to […]
The first code was enacted in 1859 by Sir Charles Wood. The second enactment was during 1877 by Sir Arthur Hobhouse. Again, an amended code came with 130 sections in 1879. Further […]