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Jac

Meaning of Jac The following is an old definition of Jac [1]: Jacobus: James, king James. Resources Notes and References Concept of Jac provided by the Anderson Dictionary of Law (1889) (Dictionary of Law consisting of Judicial Definitions and Explanations of Words, Phrases and Maxims and an [...]

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Jack Jones

Jack Jones History Trade union leader who became General Secretary of the Transport and General Workers' Union (TGWU) in 1968. Led union opposition to the Wilson and Heath governments' attempts to set up an incomes policy. Brokered the 'Social Contract' and played a large part [...]

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Jail

Meaning of Jail The following is an old definition of Jail [1]: A house or building used for the purposes of a public prison, or where persons under arrest are kept. Originally, a place where persons were confined to await further judicial proceeding; as, a debtor, till he paid his debt, a [...]

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James Callaghan

James Callaghan History Labour Prime Minister from 1976-1979 and the only person to have served in all four 'Great Offices of State'. As Chancellor of the Exchequer from 1964-1967 he dealt with the devaluation crisis. As Home Secretary from 1967-1970 he sent troops to Ulster. As [...]

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James Cook

History of Captain James Cook The following concept of Captain James Cook may be usefull here:Born in Yorkshire in 1728, Cook commanded three voyages of discovery and sailed around the world twice. He claimed the eastern coast of New Holland (Australia) for Great Britain.

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James Griffiths

James Griffiths History Labour MP from 1936-1970. Trade union leader and the first ever Welsh Secretary in 1964. As Minister for National Insurance he introduced the Family Allowances Act. Along with Bevan, he was one of the chief architects of the NHS.

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James Ramsay MacDonald

History of the James Ramsay MacDonald (1866-1937) The following commentary about James Ramsay MacDonald (1866-1937) in the Churchill Era is produced by the Churchill College (Cambridge): British politician. Leader of the Labour Party and first Labour Prime Minister. Elected as MP for [...]

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Jellicoe

Lord Jellicoe History British Admiral and Commander-in-Chief at the start of the First World War. Criticised at the time for losses at Jutland, he rendered the German high seas fleet ineffective for the rest of the war. Promoted to First Sea Lord and Admiral of the Fleet. Governor of New [...]

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Jennie Lee

Jennie Lee History Labour politician and daughter of a miner. Married Aneurin Bevan in 1934. As the United Kingdom's first Arts Minister in 1964, she doubled spending on the arts and set up the well-renowned Open University. When first elected in 1928 she was the youngest Labour MP, aged 24.

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Jeremy Bentham

Introduction to Jeremy Bentham Jeremy Bentham (1748-1832), British philosopher, economist, and jurist, who founded the doctrine of utilitarianism. He was born in London on February 15, 1748. A prodigy, he was reading serious treatises at the age of three, playing the violin at age five, and [...]

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Jerguer

English Law: Jerguer in the Past An officer of the custom-house, who oversees the waiters. Techn. Dict. h. t. [1][rtbs name="history-of-english-law"] Resources Notes and References Partialy, this information about jerguer is based on the Bouvier´s Law Dictionary, 1848 edition. [...]

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John

John Proclamations For information about this topic, please read the entry, in this legal Encyclopedia, about: John Proclamations John and Medieval Law John and Legal History Legal Materials (Compiled by the University of South Caroline Gould School of Law) James, Henry, Thomas D. Hardy, and [...]

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John Austin

Introduction to John Austin John Austin (1790-1859), British legal scholar. Austin was influential in developing the theory of analytical jurisprudence. Born in London, England, he became a barrister in 1818, but he was not well suited to the work and his practice was unsuccessful. In 1826 he [...]

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John Boyd-Carpenter

John Boyd-Carpenter History Conservative politician, MP for Kingston upon Thames from 1945-1972. Held Ministerial posts between 1951-1964. Chairman of the Public Accounts Committee between 1964-1970, becoming a life peer in 1972. Member of the Parker Committee in 1972, exploring the [...]

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John Charters

This issue under the Ruling of John of England Calendars and Registers of Charters John Charters and Medieval Law John Charters and Legal History Legal Materials (Compiled by the University of South Caroline Gould School of Law) Ayloffe, Joseph, and Philip Morant , eds. Calendars of the [...]

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John Christie

Evans And Christie History John Christie was a 54 year old serial murderer who murdered at least 6 women between 1943 and 1953. He gave evidence at the trial of Timothy Evans, who was executed (and later posthumously pardoned).

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John Collections

This issue under the Ruling of John of England Collections Which Cover Individual Periods or Reigns John Collections and Medieval Law John Collections and Legal History Legal Materials (Compiled by the University of South Caroline Gould School of Law) Brown, R. Allen, ed. The Memoranda Roll [...]

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John Duke Coleridge

Coleridge John Duke 1st Baron Coleridge John Duke Coleridge (1820-1897), British jurist, eldest son of the jurist Sir John Taylor Coleridge, born in Ottery Saint Mary, and educated at the University of Oxford. He began practicing law in 1846 and was elected to Parliament in 1865. Three years [...]

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John Fisher

History of the Admiral of the Fleet Lord Fisher (1841-1920), earlier John (Jackie) Fisher The following commentary about Admiral of the Fleet Lord Fisher (1841-1920), earlier John (Jackie) Fisher in the Churchill Era is produced by the Churchill College (Cambridge): Most senior British Admiral [...]

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John French

History of the Field Marshal 1st Lord French, formerly General Sir John French and later 1st Lord Ypres The following commentary about Field Marshal 1st Lord French, formerly General Sir John French and later 1st Lord Ypres in the Churchill Era is produced by the Churchill College (Cambridge): [...]

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John Hodge

John Hodge History Labour MP from 1906-1923 and trade unionist in the Iron and Steel Industry. Minister of Labour from 1916-1917 and Minister of Pensions from 1917-1919 in Lloyd George's the First World War Coalition government. He opposed strike action and threatened strikers during the [...]

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John Howard

Howard John (social reformer) Introduction to John Howard John Howard (1726-1790), British social reformer, who was instrumental in obtaining the passage by Parliament in 1774 of two penal reform acts that improved sanitary conditions and health care in prisons. Later, Howard was appointed [...]

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John Jellicoe

History of the Admiral of the Fleet 1st Lord Jellicoe (1859-1935), earlier Sir John Jellicoe. The following commentary about Admiral of the Fleet 1st Lord Jellicoe (1859-1935), earlier Sir John Jellicoe. in the Churchill Era is produced by the Churchill College (Cambridge): British commander [...]

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John Locke

British Political and Social Thought: John Locke Introduction to John Locke In 1688 Parliament triumphed in the Glorious Revolution, securing the division of power between the throne and the legislature. John Locke, in his Second Treatise on Civil Government (1690), best captured the [...]

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John Major

John Major in the History Major was Chancellor in Margaret Thatcher's administration but became Prime Minister on 28th November 1990 following her forced resignation. Despite calls from Labour leader Neil Kinnock for an immediate general election one wasn't scheduled until April 1992. [...]

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John Maynard Keynes

John Maynard Keynes History British economist who believed governments had a duty to manage the economy. Was involved in discussions about funding the Welfare State during the Second World War and at Bretton Woods in 1944, which resulted in the creation of the IMF and the World Bank.

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John Michael De Robeck

History of the Admiral of the Fleet Sir John Michael de Robeck (1862-1928) The following commentary about Admiral of the Fleet Sir John Michael de Robeck (1862-1928) in the Churchill Era is produced by the Churchill College (Cambridge): British naval commander at the Dardanelles, from March [...]

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John Private Legal Documents

This issue under the Ruling of John of England John Private Legal Documents and Medieval Law John Private Legal Documents and Legal History Legal Materials (Compiled by the University of South Caroline Gould School of Law) Great Britain. National Archives. DocumentsOnline. Notes: Available [...]

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John Proclamations

This issue under the Ruling of John of England Royal Charters and Writs of Proclamation John Proclamations and Medieval Law John Proclamations and Legal History Legal Materials (Compiled by the University of South Caroline Gould School of Law) Ballard, Adolphus, ed. British Borough Charters, [...]

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John Records

This issue under the Ruling of John of England Parliamentary Full Text Records John Records and Medieval Law John Records and Legal History Legal Materials (Compiled by the University of South Caroline Gould School of Law) Cobbett, William, and T. C. Hansard, ed. The Parliamentary History of [...]

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John Sankey

Sir John Sankey History Labour politician and eminent lawyer. Chair of the Sankey Commission, 1919, that recommended nationalisation of coal mines, although its proposals were side-stepped by Lloyd George. Became Lord Chancellor in Ramsay MacDonald's Labour and National governments.

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John Simon

Sir John Simon History Liberal politician who served in various offices. Chaired the Simon Commission on India's future between 1927-1931. Foreign Secretary and Home Secretary in the National Governments, responsible for the Public Order Act 1936 that restricted activities of Oswald [...]

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John Statutes

This issue under the Ruling of John of England Collections of Statutes John Statutes and Medieval Law John Statutes and Legal History Legal Materials (Compiled by the University of South Caroline Gould School of Law) Cay, John, and Henry B. Cay, eds. The Statutes at Large, From Magna Charta [...]

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John Stuart Mill

Introduction to John Stuart Mill John Stuart Mill (1806-1873), British philosopher-economist. He had a great impact on 19th-century British thought, not only in philosophy and economics but also in the areas of political science, logic, and ethics. See also Thematic Essay: British Political [...]

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John Taylor Coleridge

Coleridge Sir John Taylor John Taylor Coleridge (1790-1876), British jurist, born in Ottery Saint Mary, and educated at the University of Oxford. He became a judge on the Court of the King's Bench in 1835 and served for 23 years. Upon retiring as a jurist, he became a member of the Privy [...]

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John Wheatley

John Wheatley History British Labour MP who was Minister for Health in the 1924 Labour government. Responsible for a Housing Act, encouraging councils to build affordable municipal housing for the working classes to rent.

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John Wolfenden

Sir John Wolfenden History A British educationalist who chaired various government committees, mostly focussing on education and problems with youth. Best remembered for chairing the committee that produced the Wolfenden Report, published in 1957. It recommended the decriminalisation of [...]

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Joint Liability

Concep of Joint Liability in Procedural Law In this context, a short definition of Joint Liability may be the following: Parties who are jointly liable share a single liability and each party can be held liable for the whole of it. (See also the following legal term: 'Several liability')

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Joint Tenancy

History of Joint in General Joint (through Fr. from Lat. junctum, jungere, to join), that which joins two parts together or the place where two parts are joined. (See Joinery; Joints.) In law, the word is used adjectivally as a term applied to obligations, estates, etc., implying that the [...]

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Joint Venture

Brief Introduction to Joint Venture in Partnership Law A joint venture can be formed between two or more partieswhich undertake economic activity together. Other Short note (s) in relation wth Joint Venture here: These parties agree to create a new entity by both contributing equity, they then [...]

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Jointure

Concept of Jointure The following is an old definition of Jointure [1], a term which has several meanings:1. Originally, an estate limited to both husband and wife; but in common acceptation extends also to a sole estate limited to the wife only, and made in satisfaction of her whole dower. In [...]

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Journal

Journal Meaning, as used in the UK Parliament The Journal is the legal record of the proceedings of Parliament (events and decisions). Both the House of Lords and the House of Commons produce a Journal for each session. In the House of Commons, the Votes and Proceedings are consolidated into [...]

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Judge

Judge Meaning Judge in Scottish Law The expert in law who is in charge of all court proceedings and ensures legal rules are followed. Judge in North Ireland An officer of the crown who sits to administer justice according to the law. Meaning of Judge The following is an old definition of Judge [...]

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Judgement

County Court Judgement in the Context of Mortgages Whenever someone fails to pay for something and is subsequently taken to court, the magistrate may issue a County Court Judgement against that individual to pay the outstanding debt. This may well affect your ability to raise finances in the [...]

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Judgment

Meaning of Judgment The following is an old definition of Judgment [1]: The saying of the law; the sentence of the law, pronounced by the court, upon the matter contained in the record. The determination of the law as the result of proceedings instituted in a court of justice. The final [...]

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Judgments

Judgments in relation to the Technology and Construction Court [rtbs name="technology-and-construction-court"]Depending on the length and complexity of the trial, the judge may (a) give judgment orally immediately after closing speeches; (b) give judgment orally on the following day or soon [...]

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Judicature

Meaning of Judicature The following is an old definition of Judicature [1]: The state or profession of those employed in the administration of justice; judiciary; jurisdiction; a tribunal. Parliament was originally a court of judicature. Judicature Acts. Statutes of 36 and 37 Vict. (1873), c. [...]

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Judicial Appointments Commission

Resources See Also Further Reading Judicial Appointments Commission in the Encyclopedia of Britain Judicial Appointments Commission in the Osborn's Concise Law Dictionary Judicial Appointments Commission in the Halsbury's Laws of England Judicial Appointments Commission in the [...]

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Judicial College

Resources See Also Further Reading Judicial College in the Encyclopedia of Britain Judicial College in the Osborn's Concise Law Dictionary Judicial College in the Halsbury's Laws of England Judicial College in the Stroud's Judicial Dictionary of Words and Phrases Judicial College [...]

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Judicial Diversity

Judicial Diversity Taskforce in relation with the Courts and Tribunals in England The Judicial Diversity Taskforce comprises the MoJ, senior members of the judiciary, the Judicial Appointments Commission (JAC), a non-departmental public body,, Bar Council, Law Society and CILEx. It oversees [...]

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Judicial Office

Judicial office in North Ireland The office of service held by a member of the judiciary. Although a legal qualification is mandatory for posts in the higher court tiers there are many posts held by people from different professions (e.g. health, medical, land valuation, finance) or who have [...]

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Judicial Review

Definition of Judicial Review A means whereby a judge reviews the lawfulness of a decision or action made by a public body. Judicial Review in North Ireland Supervision by the High Court of the process used by public bodies when reaching decisions, including decisions to make secondary [...]

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Judicial Shadowing Scheme

Judicial Shadowing Scheme in North Ireland A NIJAC run scheme which provides Solicitors, Barristers, Doctors and land valuation experts with a unique opportunity to shadow a judicial office holder in the courts and in some tribunals throughout Northern Ireland. Additional information on the [...]

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Judicial Studies Board

Judicial Studies Board (JSB) in North Ireland The JSB is the body responsible for judicial training in Northern Ireland. The board runs lecture style study programmes and training workshops for the judiciary and issues written material to all judges.

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Judiciary

Judiciary in North Ireland Collective term for the Judges, Magistrates and Tribunal members who currently deal with legal matters in Northern Ireland. Resources See Also Further Reading Judiciary in the Encyclopedia of Britain Judiciary in the Osborn's Concise Law Dictionary Judiciary in [...]

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Juries

Resources See Also Further Reading Juries in the Encyclopedia of Britain Juries in the Osborn's Concise Law Dictionary Juries in the Halsbury's Laws of England Juries in the Stroud's Judicial Dictionary of Words and Phrases Juries in the Jowitt's Dictionary of English Law [...]

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Jurisdiction

Company Winding-up by the Court: Jurisdiction Jurisdiction in North Ireland Term for the area of judicial responsibility. It can refer to geographical or scope of work responsibility. Jurisdiction in Scotland Heritable Jurisdiction Heritable Jurisdiction, in the law of Scotland, grants [...]

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Jury

Jury Meaning Jury in Scottish Law The group of men and women who listen to the evidence and make decisions about the facts in a case. In criminal cases, there are 15 jurors, with 12 in civil cases. Definition of Jury Qualifications To be eligible for jury service there are certain [...]

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Justice of the peace

Introduction to Justice of the Peace Justice of The Peace, in the judicial system of the United Kingdom and the U.S., a judicial public officer with limited powers. In the U.S. the jurisdiction of the justice of the peace is defined by the statutes of the several states. In some states a [...]

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Justices

This issue under the Ruling of King Edward I of England Justices under Special Commission Justices and Medieval Law Justices and Legal History Legal Materials (Compiled by the University of South Caroline Gould School of Law) Cantle, Albert, ed. The Pleas of Quo Warranto for the County of [...]

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Justices of the Peace

Justices Of The Peace History Judicial officers appointed to keep the peace. Appointed from ordinary citizens, they dispense summary justice dealing with less-important cases of common law, and deal with local administrative applications (such as licensing laws). Definition of Justices of The [...]

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Justices under Special Commission

Justices under Special Commission and Medieval Law Justices under Special Commission and Legal History Bibliographies of English Law History Maxwell, William H. A Legal Bibliography of the British Commonwealth of Nations. Volume 1: English Law to 1800. London: Sweet and Maxwell, 1955- Beale, [...]

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Justices under Special Commission under Edward Iii

This issue under the Ruling of King Edward III of England Justices under Special Commission under Edward III and Medieval Law Justices under Special Commission under Edward III and Legal History Legal Materials (Compiled by the University of South Caroline Gould School of Law) Illingworth, [...]

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Justification

English Law: Justification in the Past The act by which a party accused shows and maintains a good and legal reason in court, why he did the thing he is called upon to answer. Developments The subject will be considered by examining, 1. What acts are justifiable. 2. The way of making the [...]

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Juvenile Law

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Juvenile Law Breakers

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Juvenile Law Definition

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Juvenile Law Enforcement

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Juvenile Law Outline

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Juvenile Order

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