Court of appeal - establishment and composition, Business Law and Ethics

Court of Appeal - Establishment and Composition

Establishment

Therefore the Court of Appeal was established on date 28th October in year 1977 through Section 64(1) of the constitution that states in which 'there shall be a Court of Appeal that shall be a superior court of record'.

Composition

However S.64 (2) of the Constitution states like 'the judges of the Court of Appeal shall be the Chief Justice and such digit not being less than two and of the judges of appeal ... as may be prearranged by Parliament'.  The Judicature Act, 1967, s.7 (2), as amended through the Statute Law (Miscellaneous Amendments) Act, 1986 giving that the digit of judges of appeal shall be eight.

Posted Date: 1/21/2013 6:05:53 AM | Location : United States







Related Discussions:- Court of appeal - establishment and composition, Assignment Help, Ask Question on Court of appeal - establishment and composition, Get Answer, Expert's Help, Court of appeal - establishment and composition Discussions

Write discussion on Court of appeal - establishment and composition
Your posts are moderated
Related Questions
Significance of Registration:           S.389 provides that "no company or association or may partnership consisting of more than twenty persons shall be formed... except it i

Money Lent: According to the decision in Re: David Payne & Co Ltd (23), a person lending money to a company is not bound to enquire as to why the company requires the money. H

STATUTORY PROVISIONS: Article 4 of Table A permits a company to vary the rights attached to any class of shares if the proposed variation is consented to in writing by the hol

Question 1: How does Kelsen distinguish between the act of a gang of robbers and the act of a tax authority? Question 2: Referring to legal theorists you have studied,

Contracts of Indemnity Indemnity is the undertaking about primary responsibility to see like a certain act is performed there.If a particular contractual promise such constitu

What are the disadvantages of doctrine of judicial precedent? Disadvantages of doctrine of judicial precedent: • Overtime here has been a huge number of cases, makes this ve

Compulsory winding up: At the hearing other creditors of the company may oppose the petition.  If so, the court is likely to decide in favour of those to whom the larger amoun

Jurisdiction - High Court Whether under Section 60 of the constitution states in which the High Court shall have 'unlimited original jurisdiction in civil and the criminal mat

Question 1: (a) According to Archie Carroll what are the four interrelated aspects of corporate social responsibility? Use examples from the Mauritian context to illustrate you

Disclosed Principal - Relations between Agent and Third Party Whether the agent acted to a disclosed principal through informing the third party such he was an agent acting to