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The constitution of the Argentine Republic: The constitution of the United ... - Page 40
by Argentina, Brazil, University of Chicago. Dept. of Political Science - 1894 - 95 pages
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Correspondence Relative to the Present Condition of Mexico, Communicated to ...

United States. Dept. of State - Mexico - 1862 - 434 pages
...science of law according to the judgment of the election, to bo more than thirty-five years of age, and a Mexican citizen by birth, in the exercise of his rights. ARTICLE 94. The members of the supreme court of justice upon entering upon the exercise of their trust...
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Correspondence Relative to the Present Condition of Mexico ...

United States. Dept. of State - History - 1862
...science of law according to the judgment of the election, to bo more than thirty-five years of age, and a Mexican citizen by birth, in the exercise of his rights. ARTICLE 94. The members of the supreme court of justice upon entering upon the exercise of their trust...
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Mexico and the United States: Their Mutual Relations and Common Interests

Gorham D. Abbott - Mexico - 1869 - 391 pages
...science of law according to the judgment of the election, to be more than thirtyfive years of age, and a Mexican citizen by birth, in the exercise of his rights. ARTICLIC 94. The members of the supreme court of justice upon entering upon the exercise of their trust...
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MEXICO, AND THE UNITED STATES; THEIR MUTUAL RELATIONS AND COMMON INTERESTS.

GORHAM D. ABBOT - 1869
...science of law according to the judgment of the election, to be more than thirtyfive years of age, and a Mexican citizen by birth, in the exercise of his rights. ARTICLE 94 The members of the supreme court of justice upon entering upon the exercise of their trust...
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Mexico and the United States: their mutual relations and common interests

Gorham D. Abbott - Constitutional history - 1869 - 391 pages
...science of law according to the judgment of the election, to be more than thirtyfive years of age, and a Mexican citizen by birth, in the exercise of his rights., ARTICLE 94. The members of the supreme court of justice upon entering upon the exercise of their trust...
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Mexico and the United States: Their Mutual Relations and Common Interests

Gorham D. Abbott - Constitutional history - 1869 - 391 pages
...science of law according to the judgment of the election, to be more than thirtyfive years of age, and a Mexican citizen by birth, in the exercise of his rights. ARTICLE 94. The members of the supreme court of justice upon entering upon the exercise of their trust...
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Bulletin, Issues 8-10

International Bureau of the American Republics - America - 1891
...attorney-general. ART. 93. In order to be elected a member of the Supreme Court of Justice it is necessary that one be learned in the science of the law in the judgment...Mexican citizen by birth, in the exercise of his rights. ART. 94. The members of the Supreme Court of Justice, on entering upon the exercise of their charge,...
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The civil law in Spain and Spanish-America: including Cuba, Puerto Rico, and ...

Clifford Stevens Walton, Spain - Law - 1900 - 672 pages
...law. Art. 93. In order to be elected a member of the Supreme Court of Justice it is necessary that one be learned in the science of the law in the judgment...Mexican citizen by birth, in the exercise of his rights. Art. 94. The members of the Supreme Court of Justice, on entering upon the exercise of their charge,...
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The Civil Law in Spain and Spanish-America: Including Cuba, Puerto Rico, and ...

Clifford Stevens Walton - Civil law - 1900 - 672 pages
...law. Art. 93. In order to be elected a member of the Supreme Court of Justice it is necessary that one be learned in the science of the law in the judgment...Mexican citizen by birth, in the exercise of his rights. Art. 94. The members of the Supreme Court of Justice, on entering upon the exercise of their charge,...
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Modern Constitutions: A Collection of the Fundamental Laws of ..., Volume 2

Walter Fairleigh Dodd - Constitutions - 1908
...in the judgment of the electors learned in the science of law, more than thirty-five years of age, and a Mexican citizen by birth, in the exercise of his rights. ■ Art. 94. The members of the Supreme Court of Justice, on entering upon the exercise of their functions,...
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