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  Royal Courts of Justice - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Royal Courts of Justice, commonly called the Law Courts, is a building in London that houses the Court of Appeal and the High Court of Justice of England and Wales.
Courts within the building are open to the public although there may be some restrictions depending upon the nature of the cases being held.
The Strand facade of the Royal Courts of Justice in 1890.
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 NationMaster - Encyclopedia: Royal Courts of Justice   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
The Royal Courts of Justice, commonly called the Law Courts, is a building in London, which houses the Court of Appeal and the High Court of Justice of England and Wales.
The Strand and the south facade of the Royal Courts of Justice, London.
Its courtrooms are in London in the Royal Courts of Justice.
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 Court Dress for royal courts and courts of law
Court dress is worn in all courts of the Supreme Court of Judicature and county courts.
It is not worn in the magistrates' courts.
High court judges in addition have a scarlet and fur mantle, which is worn with his gold chain of office in the case of the Lord Chief Justice.
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 NationMaster - Encyclopedia: Lincoln's Inn   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
The Inns of Court, in London, are where barristers train and traditionally practice, although growth in the profession caused many barristers chambers to move outside the precincts of the Inns of Court in the late 20th century.
The main entrance The Royal Courts of Justice, commonly called the Law Courts, is a building in London, which houses the Court of Appeal and the High Court of Justice of England and Wales.
His reputation at this time stood high in the thancery courts; on the common law side he was unknown, and on the first occasion upon which he came into the court of Queens bench to move on behalf of the Crown, there was very nearly a collision between him and the bench.
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 Royal Courts of Justice - Things to do in London - All in London
Located on the Strand is the England's primary civil court- the Royal Courts of Justice.
The building was the last Gothic revival building to be built in London and was designed by G E Street, it is thought that the strain of building such an enormous project led to Streets untimely death.
The Royal Courts of Justice are easily accessed from Charing Cross Underground Station and admittance is free of charge.
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 Court justice royal on Find-a-Needle   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
Royal Courts of Justice, the High Court in London WC1: tourist information from TourUKRoyal Courts of Justice, the High Court, tourist information and guide for visitors to London, England...
Royal Court of Justice, the Strand, HolbornRoyal Court of Justice, the Strand, Holbornwww.stalk.net
Strand is the England's primary civil court- the Royal Courts of Justice.
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 Department for Constitutional Affairs - The Legal System - The Court Structure in England and Wales
Most minor criminal cases, called summary offences, are heard in local magistrates' courts either by a panel of lay magistrates assisted by a legally-trained clerk, or by a legally-trained district judge sitting alone.
The most serious offences, called indictable-only offences, are passed on by the magistrates' courts to the Crown Court to be heard, usually by a judge and jury.
The Divisional Court of the High Court sits in the Family and Chancery Divisions, and hears appeals from the magistrates' courts and county courts.
www.dca.gov.uk /legalsys/structure.htm   (530 words)

  
 Victorian London - Legal System - Courts - The New Law Courts (High Court)
Whatever faults may be urged against the Courts of the Royal Palace of Justice, the exterior of the late Mr.
Justice Braddlestroggs is to all appearance fast asleep during a greater part of the cases heard before him.
Justice Braddlestroggs waking up, to all appearance, from his "beauty sleep," exclaims, "Speak up, sir!" in such a thunderous tone, that the unhappy plaintiff collapses for a moment over the brass rail of the witness-box, just as you have seen Mr.
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 legal london 2
A requirement of High Court, or ‘red judges’ as they are sometimes called to distinguish them from their purple-robed Circuit brethren, is that they spend time on circuit, out of London, away from home, both in a personal sense as well as because the capital is the centre of the Common Law world.
Entry to the Royal Courts of Justice is open to all, on the basis that justice must not only be done but be seen to be done.
However casual the atmosphere in the courts may sometimes seem, here reputations of lawyers as well as their clients have been won and lost and millions of pounds may be awarded in compensation.
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 Batman's Rooftop Protest at Royal Courts of Justice - London
Two men dressed as Batman and Robin are holding a rooftop protest at the Royal Courts of Justice in central London over the treatment of fathers in the family courts.
The men intended to remain on top of the Royal Courts of Justice for a week and had taken food, clothes and bedding with them, he added.
Many more wasted their large amounts of their savings and wages (and we are talking 6 figure sums) fervently hoping justice would be performed in courts that are closed to the public and whose proceedings are very secret.
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 Royal Courts of Justice, the High Court in London WC1: tourist information from TourUK
The Royal Courts of Justice are the nation's main civil courts.
Made from 35 million bricks faced with Portland stone, the Royal Courts of Justice are said to contain 1,000 rooms and 3.5 miles of corridors.
The public are admitted to all 88 court rooms and can come and go as they please, although Judges will not suffer interruptions when they are passing judgement or witnesses are taking oaths.
www.touruk.co.uk /london_sights/royalcourtsofjustice1.htm   (226 words)

  
 The Right Honorable Lord Justice Scott Baker
Justice Scott Baker, Lord Justice of Appeal, Royal Courts of Justice Court of Appeal and Master Treasurer, Middle Temple Inn, will speak at Oklahoma City University School of Law (OCU LAW) at 5 p.m.
Lord Justice Scott Baker has been a British High Court Judge since 1988 and was elevated to the Supreme Court of Judicature Court of Appeal in 2002.
Lord Justice Scott Baker’s appearance at OCU LAW is in conjunction with his visit to Oklahoma jointly sponsored by the William J. Holloway Jr.
www.okcu.edu /law/newsandevents/newsandevents_pr10142005.html   (311 words)

  
 PART 30 - TRANSFER   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
Where the court orders proceedings to be transferred, the court from which they are to be transferred must give notice of the transfer to all the parties.
The court may specify the place (for instance, a particular county court) where the trial or some other hearing in any proceedings is to be held and may do so without ordering the proceedings to be transferred.
The court may order that control of any money held by it under rule 21.11 (control of money recovered by or on behalf of a child or patient) be transferred to another court if that court would be more convenient.
www.lcd.gov.uk /civil/procrules_fin/contents/parts/part30.htm   (1048 words)

  
 Department for Constitutional Affairs - Speeches - Is Civil Justice a Poor Relation?
The projected shortfall on RCJ activities in 2003-4 is understood to be some £55m, (costs £76.5m against income of £21m), a deficit which falls on the general Court Service budget and prejudices any new capital project.
The Lord Chief Justice is on record in his Mansion House speech of 17th July 2002 as stating his belief that we are giving the justice system too low a priority in relation to resources.
The Lord Chief Justice pointed out in the House of Lords on the second reading of the Courts Bill on 9th December 2002 that until the 1980s fees were not expected to cover accommodation costs or judicial salaries and pensions.
www.dca.gov.uk /judicial/speeches/ljm301003.htm   (2315 words)

  
 Picture of Royal Courts of Justice, London, United Kingdom
Picture of Royal Courts of Justice, London, United Kingdom
The impressive Gothic building of the Royal Courts of Justice bears strong religious tones in its design.
The towers of the Royal Courts of Justice in London.
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 Royal Courts of Justice
Justice Park and Justice Neuberger both separately conducted hearings dressed in traditional court dresses with their wigs.
Justice Pumfrey: A traditionalist Judge who always bowed in the court room when he came to his seat and then bowed again when the court recessed for the break and at the end of hearing.
Justice Pumfrey got very upset when I interrupted as he had mixed up the facts in his summing up.
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 e-Government: Royal Courts of Justice gets prison video links
These are courts 63 to 76 in the East Block, Royal Courts of Justice.
The Court may direct that hearing by video link is appropriate in any case, but it is also open to parties to request it in writing to the Civil Appeals Listing Office.
The addition of this portable equipment for the use of the Civil Division of the Court of Appeal extends our ability to make the best use of technology in the courts, and to improve the service we provide.
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 Royal Courts of Justice   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
The Royal Courts of Justice on [[The Strand in London]] The Royal Courts of Justice, commonly called the Law Courts, is a building in London, which houses the Court of Appeal and the High Court of Justice of England and Wales.
The building is a large grey stone edifice in the Victorian Gothic style and was designed by Geoge Edmund Street, a solicitor turned architect.
Floor of the foyer of Royal Courts of Justice Those who do not have legal representation may receive some assistance within the court building.
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 Royal Courts of Justice Encyclopedia Article @ AlienArtifacts.com (Alien Artifacts)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
Arbitration is before the High Court of Justice Queen's Bench Division Commercial Court Royal Courts of Justice.
It should also be remembered that there are further courts at St. Dunstan’s House, which come under the wing of the Law Courts and are within short walking distance.
More Royal Courts of Justice Page Titles on this Site
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 PRACTICE DIRECTION – COMPETITION LAW – CLAIMS RELATING TO THE APPLICATION OF ARTICLES 81 AND 82 OF THE EC ...
Any request by a national competition authority or the Commission for the court to send it any documents relating to a claim should be made at the same time as filing a notice under paragraph 4.2 or an application under paragraph 4.3.
Where the court receives a notice under paragraph 4.2 it may give case management directions to the national competition authority or the Commission, including directions about the date by which any written observations are to be filed.
Where the court is aware that the Commission is contemplating adopting a decision as mentioned in paragraph 5.2(a), it shall consider whether to stay the claim pending the Commission's decision.
www.dca.gov.uk /civil/procrules_fin/contents/practice_directions/competitionlaw_pd.htm   (950 words)

  
 Royal Courts of Justice   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
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Historical background; The Royal Courts of Justice as a working Court; The architecture and building of the law courts; Extensions to the buildings; Statues; A...
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 Concurring Opinions: December 11, 2005 - December 17, 2005 Archives
The court, conscious of its status as having one of the "clearest commitments" to the ECMH of the appellate courts, applied what I've called in my work the "understand consequences materiality technique"* and dismissed plaintiff's allegations out of hand.
In contrast, the most prestigious courthouse in the United Kingdom -- the Royal Courts of Justice in London -- is a sterling example of neo-gothic architectures, self-consciously modeled on the buildings of the Middle Ages.
Justice Sandra Day O’Connor once told students at Stanford Law School how annoying she finds it to be woken up at night with an emergency application to stay an execution.
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 e-Government: Royal Courts of Justice to move its phone and voicemail operation at weekend   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
Royal Courts of Justice to move its phone and voicemail operation at weekend
Articles / Central Government Date: Aug 24, 2004 - 06:15 AM The telephone and voicemail systems at the Royal Courts of Justice will be moved to a new location on Saturday 28th, Sunday 29th and Monday 30th August 2004.
The buildings at these sites will have no voicemail over that weekend and will not be able to receive external incoming calls on their extensions.
www.publictechnology.net /print.php?sid=1634   (189 words)

  
 Royal Courts of Justice, The - Sightseeing, London Landmarks   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
Royal Courts of Justice, The - Sightseeing, London Landmarks
The courts are still in full use today, dealing with civil cases.
The courts are well worth a visit but those looking for a more juicy trial may prefer the Central Criminal Court, more commonly called the Old Bailey.
www.virtual-london.co.uk /Sightseeing/London-Landmarks/royal-courts-of-justice,-the.html   (188 words)

  
 THE ROYAL COURTS OF JUSTICE, STRAND, LONDON, ENGLAND: THE COURT SERVICE CIVIL LAW COURTS IN THE UNITED KINGDOM: COUNTY ...
As a layperson, it is extremely difficult to bring any matter before a court.
Without the benefit of professional legal guidance you are at the mercy of the court.
However, your claims may be stuck out if they are not written as the court would want to see them.
www.bushywood.com /royal_courts_of_justice.htm   (368 words)

  
 View topic - Shaken baby appeals London Royal Courts of Justice
The Court of Appeal will examine the safety of the convictions of three men and a woman accused of violently shaking babies to cause death or serious injury.
A pathologist who helped convict one of the four people going to the court of appeal has switched sides after carrying out research which has led some within the medical profession to question whether shaken baby syndrome can be diagnosed as a form of child abuse.
The four cases involve a father convicted of causing grievous bodily harm to his son, a mother who was found guilty of killing her baby and two men who were convicted of killing their girlfriends' children.
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 HER MAJESTY'S ATTORNEY GENERAL - V - AKENA ADOKO - Royal Courts of Justice CO/6396/2003   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
The eight judges ranged from the former Lord Chief Justice, Lord Bingham, through four High Court judges, one circuit judge, and two chairmen of industrial tribunals.
Indeed, although, as I have said, there were from time to time some apparent interlocutory successes, all the actions, in due course, have been struck out or have been discontinued on the court indicating that there was no conceivable merit in any of them.
That, as I have said earlier, reflects the order that the court would make if satisfied that it was right to make an order under section 42.
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