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judiciary

1. the branch of the central authority in a state concerned with the administration of justice
2. the system of courts in a country
3. the judges collectively; bench
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They said that under the constitution the judicature should be introduced in FATA, adding Local Bodies elections should also be announced in FATA.
The Full Court of High Court at Calcutta in a meeting has unanimously declined to accept the proposal of the Government of India for changing the name of 'High Court of Judicature at Calcutta' to 'High Court of Judicature at Kolkata' in view of long history and tradition associated with the existing name of the High Court at Calcutta," High Court Registrar General Sugato Majumdar said in a letter to the Incorporated Law Society (ILS) as per direction of the Chief Justice of the high court.
That was not the only reason why the media gave prominence to the transfer of Uttarkhand Chief Justice K M Joseph to the High Court of Judicature at Hyderabad by the Supreme Court Collegium.
Referring to the case of BS Deepa vs The Regional Passport Officer, the petitioner said the High Court of Judicature in Madras not only directed the RPO to issue the passport by indicating the name of the stepfather, in the column reserved for filling the name of the father, but also directed the Ministry of External Affairs to incorporate suitable provisions in the Passport Manual and incorporate suitable columns in the applications for the issue of passports, "to enable the parties to indicate either the names of the biological parents or the names of the adoptive parents or the names of the step parents or all of them according as the situation demands.
MANySA (CyHAN)- A total of 20 were released, while three of the rest were arrested, who had been sent to "criminal judicature of peace" as part of an interrogation, conducted by Manisa Republic Prosecution Office, in western province of Manisa on Saturday.
ACTION said it has provided GPPB a certified true copy of a ruling by the High Court of Judicature At Patna against M/S Madras Securities Printers for violating the terms and conditions of the empanelment with UIDAI.
Much has been written about the process leading to the enactment of the Judicature Act of 1824, but the Act's implementation has received relatively little attention.
The legacy and thought provoking judicial pronouncements of the Chief Justice are going to prove a beacon light for the judicature for all times to come.
The British High Court and Court of Appeal both refused to sign papers ordering the children's return, but the case is now due to be heard by the Supreme Court - the country's most senior judicature - following a further appeal request.
In December 2014 however the pendulum swung to the other extreme with the amendment to the Judicature Act.
He has served as a Trustee of the American Inns of Court Foundation and as a Director of the American Judicature Society.
Currently, Klein is a member of the American Bar Association and the American Judicature Society.