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" The judicial power shall be vested in such superior and inferior courts of law and equity, as the legislature shall, from time to time, direct and establish. "
A New and Comprehensive Gazetteer - Page 187
by George Newenham Wright - 1837
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The Federal and State Constitutions: Colonial Charters, and Other ..., Volume 6

Francis Newton Thorpe - Constitutional law - 1909 - 4430 pages
...punishment, according to law. ARTICLE V SECTION 1. The judicial power of the State shall be vested in such superior and inferior courts of law and equity as the legislature shall, from time to time, direct and establish. SEC. 2. The general assembly shall, by joint ballot...
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The Federal and State Constitutions: Colonial Charters, and Other ..., Volume 6

Francis Newton Thorpe - Constitutional law - 1909
...punishment, according to law. ARTICLE V SECTION 1. The judicial power of the State shall be vested in such superior and inferior courts of law and equity as the legislature shall, from time to time, direct and establish. SEC. 2. The general assembly shall, by joint ballot...
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Proceedings of the ... annual meeting of the ..., Volume 10, Part 1915

Mississippi State Bar Association - Bar associations - 1915
...disqualify the incumbent from holding other office. The judicial power of the state was vested in one Supreme Court and such superior and inferior courts of law and equity as the legislature might from time to time direct and determine. The Supreme Court was composed of the district judges...
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State constitution-making, with especial reference to Tennessee: A review of ...

Wallace McClure, Tennessee, North Carolina - Constitutional history - 1916 - 472 pages
...JUDICIAL DEPARTMENT. SECT. 1ST. Judicial power. The judicial power of the State shall be vested in such superior and inferior courts of law and equity, as the legislature shall from time to time direct and establish. STATE CONSTITUTION-MAKING. CONSTITUTION OF 1870. ...
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Legal Papers of Andrew Jackson

Andrew Jackson - Biography & Autobiography - 1987 - 420 pages
...Laws of Tennessee 421. 1 6. 1 Stal. 50 (1789). [t]he judicial power of the state shall be vested in such superior and inferior courts of law and equity, as the legislature shall, from time to time, establish. The constitution did include several specific provisions governing...
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The Tennessee State Constitution: A Reference Guide

Lewis L. Laska - Law - 1990 - 193 pages
...Constitution, the 1796 Constitution provided that "[t]he judicial power of the state shall be vested in such superior and inferior courts of law and equity, as the legislature shall, from time to time, direct and establish" (Art. 5, sec. 1 , repealed). The judiciary was wholly...
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Tennessee: A Short History

Robert Ewing Corlew, Stanley John Folmsbee, Enoch L. Mitchell - Tennessee - 1990 - 636 pages
...which was to "take care that the laws shall be faithfully executed." The judicial branch consisted of "such superior and inferior courts of law and equity as the legislature should create." Judges served for life on good behavior. All freemen who were at least twenty-one years...
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The Mississippi State Constitution: A Reference Guide

John W. Winkle - Law - 1993 - 172 pages
...convention fifteen years later. Similar to the federal model, the Mississippi Constitution established a supreme court and such "superior and inferior courts of law and equity" (sec. 1) that the legislature found necessary. The framers insulated the court from political pressures...
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Government and Politics in Tennessee

William Lyons - History - 2001 - 478 pages
...Constitution of 1796 failed to provide for an independent judiciary. Rather, the judicial power was "vested in such superior and inferior courts of law and equity as the legislature shall, from time to time, direct and establish."8 Appointment of judges, too, was vested in the General...
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A History of the Tennessee Supreme Court

James W. Ely, Theodore Brown (Jr.) - History - 2002 - 459 pages
...independent judicial branch in the new state's form of government. Instead, all judicial power was vested in "such superior and inferior courts of law and equity, as the legislature shall, from time to time, direct and establish." The courts' judges were to be elected by joint ballot...
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