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Books Books 1 - 6 of 6 on Jurisdiction", in speaking of the provincial courts; but as the supreme court is....
" Jurisdiction", in speaking of the provincial courts; but as the supreme court is empowered by the charter to exercise an equitable jurisdiction in point of form as nearly as may be according to the rules and proceedings of the High Court of Chancery in... "
Calcutta Monthly Journal and General Register ... - Page 10
1837
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An Analytical Digest of All the Reported Cases Decided in the ..., Volume 2

William Hook Morley - Courts - 1849
...be a Court of Equity, gave us full power and authority to administer justice in a summary manner, as nearly as may be according to the rules and proceedings of the Court of Chancery, and the difficulty hereafter stated was thus got rid of. That difficulty was upon...
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The Judgments of the Supreme Court of Judicature and of the High Court of ...

Ceylon. Supreme Court, P. Irāman̲ātan̲ - Civil procedure - 1877 - 278 pages
...summary manner according to the law now established in the said settlements in the Island of Ceylon, and in point of form, as nearly as may be, according to...proceedings of the High Court of Chancery in Great Britain." Now from this clause it appears clearly that a new and additional jurisdiction is intended to be granted...
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The Law Relating to Injunctions in British India

Sir John George Woodroffe - Injunctions - 1900 - 510 pages
...[Ordained that the SupremeCourt be a Courtof Equity with full power and authority to administer justice as nearly as may be according to the rules and proceedings of the Court of Chancery]. Smoult and Ryan's Rules and Orders, vol. i. In 1726 Injunctions and Receivers in...
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The English Reports, Volume 4; Volume 18

Law reports, digests, etc - 1902
...full power and authority to administer justice in a summary way, according, or as near as might be, to the rules and proceedings of the High Court of Chancery in Great Britain, and upon a bill filed, to issue subpoenas and other process, under the seal of the said Court, to compel...
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The Legal System of Ceylon in Its Historical Setting

Tambyah Nadaraja - Law - 1972 - 311 pages
...... to administer Justice in a summary Manner"63 according to the law already in force in Ceylon, but "in Point of Form as nearly as may be according to...Proceedings of [the] High Court of Chancery in Great Britain".64 The Supreme Court was also to have jurisdiction over the same area and persons65 in testamentary66...
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Parliamentary Papers, Volume 32

Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons - Great Britain - 1832
...not that sort of advantage which Europeans have generally reserved as their own peculiar privilege in their Eastern dominions ; and, in every point, of...sworn to. This is certainly a considerable advantage, but though, as far as I have been able to discover, it is the only one which results from the equitable...
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