3 edition of Judicature act of Ontario found in the catalog.
Judicature act of Ontario
George Smith Holmested
|Statement||by George Smith Holmested ... and Thomas Langton.|
|Contributions||Langton, Thomas, 1849-1914, joint ed., Ontario., Ontario. Supreme Court of Judicature.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||cxxxii, 1764 p.|
|Number of Pages||1764|
|LC Control Number||07023137|
Under the Ontario statute no distinction was made as to the kind of business which should be assigned to a particular division, and the individual judges of all divisions took their turn in doing every kind of judicial work d. Every court is to recognize equitable rights Judicature act of Ontario book appearing. By Order xxx. Finally, in legislation standardized juvenile courts by creating the Juvenile and Family Court, and by expanding its jurisdiction to include matters under the Training Schools Act, the Deserted Wives' and Children's Maintenance Act and the Child Welfare Act. Where a person under the age of eighteen years is subject to the order of the Minister, having been found guilty of an offence punishable by a sentence of death, and the Court of Appeal has confirmed that order, that person may appeal as of right to the Supreme Court on a matter of law.
An order may be made under this section unconditionally or on such terms and conditions as the High Court Judicature act of Ontario book just. Subsection 5 also applies to criminal proceedings. The High Court shall, subject to the Constitution, have unlimited original jurisdiction in all matters and such appellate and other jurisdiction as may be conferred on it by the Constitution or this Act or any other law. Where any person is charged with any offence in respect of the death of any person who dies in circumstances described in subsection 1the offence shall be taken for the purposes of this Act to have been wholly committed upon the sea or upon such other waters referred to in subsection 1. The High Court, therefore, came to consist of the Chancery division, the common law division known as the Queen's Bench divisionand the Probate, Divorce and Admiralty division.
The solution adopted by the Judicature Acts of and was to amalgamate the courts into Judicature act of Ontario book Supreme Court of Judicature which was directed to administer both law and equity. A wealthy loser in one court would often try a court in the other system, for good measure. The High Court may, in accordance with rules of court, refer to an official or special referee for inquiry and report any question arising in any cause or matter, other than in a criminal proceeding. No appeal shall be allowed in the case of any person who has pleaded guilty in his or her trial by the High Court, the chief magistrate or a magistrate grade I and has been convicted on the plea, except as to the legality of the plea or to the extent or legality of the sentence.
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Writs for action were filled out for a litigant stating facts, without any necessity of pigeonholing them into specific forms. Statement of case pending arbitration. The remuneration to be paid to a special referee or arbitrator to whom any matter is referred under an order of the High Court under this Act shall be determined by the High Court.
Appellate jurisdiction of the High Court. The existence of these two separate systems in some of the more common areas of law enabled each party to go "forum shopping", selecting whichever of the two systems would most likely give judgment in his or her favour.
The right of either party to challenge his opponent in limine, either where the question between them was purely one of law, or where even the view of Judicature act of Ontario book facts taken and alleged by his opponent did not constitute a cause of action or defence, was a most valuable one, and tended to the curtailment of both the delay and the expense of litigation.
As a result, superior courts were consolidated to form one Judicature act of Ontario book court of judicature with two divisions, the High Court of Justice, primarily endowed with Judicature act of Ontario book jurisdiction, and the Court of Appeal, which possessed appellate jurisdiction.
The High Court and Court of Appeal were formerly referred to as comprising the Supreme Court of Judicature,  a concept wholly distinct from the current Supreme Court of the United Kingdom Pleading[ edit ] The most important matter dealt with by the rules is the Judicature act of Ontario book of pleading.
The defendant then delivered his statement of defence, in which he was to say whether he admitted or denied the plaintiff's facts every averment not traversed being taken to be admitted ,[ jargon ] and any additional facts and legal defences on which he relied.
In pursuing the fusion of law and equity which was the dominant legal idea of law reformers of that period, the framers of the first set of rules devised a system which they thought would meet the defects of both systems, Judicature act of Ontario book be appropriate for both the common-law and the chancery divisions.
Appeals 3 When an appeal is taken in a proceeding that is being conducted as a bilingual proceeding, a party who speaks French has the right to require that the appeal be heard by a judge or judges who speak English and French; in that case subsection 2 applies to the appeal, with necessary modifications.
As to the jurisdiction of the Court of Appeal, see ss. Jurisdiction of the High Court. Cook, supra. The High Court may, under subsection 1 — grant any relief it considers fit on such terms as to costs, expenses, damages, compensation, penalty or otherwise, including the granting of an injunction to restrain any future nonpayment of rent, as it thinks fit; or refuse the relief sought as it thinks fit.
The Act was substantially rewritten in to implement reforms designed to make the court system more accessible. No order of mandamus, prohibition or certiorari shall be made in any case in which the High Court is empowered, by the exercise of the powers of review or revision contained in this or any other enactment, to make an order having the like effect as the order applied for or where the order applied for would be rendered unnecessary.
English Common Law was applied to all civil and criminal law matters in Upper Canada. High Court of Uganda. This was followed by the reorganization of the provincial courts into the Provincial Courts Criminal Division and Family Divisionand the addition of the Divisional Court to the Supreme Court of Ontario.
Judges at the House of Lords secured their position by mere virtue of the fact that their fathers were hereditary peers and so individuals would automatically inherit seats in the upper house rather than securing their position through merit.
The Judicature Act Radical changes in the constitution and jurisdiction of the courts were made by the Ontario Judicature Act, xwhich was drawn on the model of the English Supreme Court of Judicature Act y.
To the Queen's Bench division was also attached, by an order of the Lord Chancellor dated 1 Januarythe business of the London Court of Bankruptcy.
Continuous sitting of the High Court. Nowadays, he need not stop to think whether his cause of action or defence will hold water or not, and anything which is not obviously frivolous or vexatious will do by way of pleading for the purpose of the trial and for getting the opposite party into the box.
The High Court may grant an order of mandamus or an injunction or appoint a receiver by an interlocutory order in all cases in which it appears to the High Court to be just or convenient to do so. Proceedings in English unless otherwise provided 2 Except as otherwise provided with respect to the use of the French language, a hearings in courts shall be conducted in the English language and evidence adduced in a language other than English shall be interpreted into the English language; and b documents filed in courts shall be in the English language or shall be accompanied by a translation of the document into the English language certified by affidavit of the translator.
Subject to subsection 2in every cause or matter before the High Court, the rules of equity and the rules of common law shall be administered concurrently; and if there is a conflict or variance between the rules of equity and the rules of common law with reference to the same subject, the rules of equity shall prevail.
Where any person dies in Uganda as a result of injuries inflicted on him or her upon the sea or upon waters outside the jurisdiction of the High Court, every offence committed in respect of any such case may be inquired into, tried, determined and punished in Uganda in the same manner and in all respects as if the offence had been wholly committed in Uganda.
It is obvious that a rule which makes the normal time for decision of questions at law the trial or subsequently, and a preliminary decision the exception, and such exception dependent on the consent of both parties or an order of the court, is a poor substitute for a demurrer as of right, and it has proved so in practice.The Judicature act of Ontario (being R.S.O.,chapter 56) and the Consolidated rules of practice and procedure of the Supreme Court of Ontario ofwith practical notes (founded on Holmested and Langton's former editions of the Judicature acts and rules).
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Unlike some other reproductions of classic texts (1) We have not used OCR(Optical Character Recognition)Format: Paperback.The common law and equity, and their respective courts, were merged pdf pursuant to the Ontario Judicature Act (). The new Supreme Court Judicature act of Ontario book Ontario was created with two branches: the High Court of Justice and the Court of Appeal.(g) Ontario Judicature Act,s.
(10) Generally in all matters not hereinbefore particularly mentioned, in which there is any conflict or variance between the Rules of Equity and the Rules of the Common Law with reference to the same matter, the Rules of Equity shall prevail (h).The Judicature Act of Ontario, and the Ebook Rules of Practice and Procedure of the Supreme Court of Judicature for Ontario and the rules amending the same [electronic resource] / Author: Langton, Thomas,