Observations Occasioned by a Pamphlet: Entitled, "Objections to the Project of Creating a Vice-Chancellor of England."

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J. Hatchard, 1813 - Courts - 58 pages

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Page 51 - ... which assistant judges have been given to the Chancellor, without whose aid it would be impossible for him to administer the laws. The commissioners determine, in the first instance, on every part of the subject, subsequent to the issue of the commission, until the close of their proceedings; and the whole business of a bankruptcy may be transacted without further application to the Chancellor, until the bankrupt shall apply for an allowance of his certificate. But all the proceedings of the...
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Page 14 - ... expedient, in order to secure at the same time a sufficient attendance upon the House of Lords by the Lord Chancellor, and sufficient means for carrying on the business in the court of Chancery, that an additional judge in the court of Chancery should be appointed.
Page 50 - ... jurisdiction of the chancellor is of the utmost importance, and is subject to no appeal. It is, in the first instance, ministerial, and so far original. It is, secondarily, appellate ; but the original and appellate jurisdictions are frequently blended in exercise. The issuing of commissions of bankruptcy, and all the questions arising upon the issue, are matters of original jurisdiction. The execution of the commission is intrusted to the commissioners, who are assistant judges, given to the...

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