District magistrate''s court, Business Law and Ethics

District Magistrate's Court

Establishment

Further District Magistrate's Courts are established to each district in England thgrough S.7(1) of the Magistrate's Courts Act 1967.

Constitution

Whether as Section 7(1) of the Act gives that a district magistrate's court 'shall be duly constituted where held through a district magistrate that who has been assigned to the district in question through the Judicial Service Commission'.

 

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