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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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However, when the case was mentioned before Nordin on Feb 27 this year, Anwar's lead counsel Datuk Seri Gopal Sri Ram had sought the High Court to transfer the matter to the Federal Court for it to decide on constitutional questions under Section 84 of the Courts of Judicature Act 1964.
The supreme council of the judicature consists exclusively of the 12 supreme court judges and its president and is the only body that can discipline and or dismiss a judge.
Under this system, the current legislature would be merged with the judiciary to create a unique judicature that administers justice and shares the enactment of legislative responsibilities with the Presidency,' he said.
Section 4 (A) of the Ombudsman Act of 1997 provides that to be appointed Ombudsman the person must have proven administrative ability and conspicuous probity and MUST have held office as a Judge of the superior court of Judicature or eligible for appointment as a Judge of the superior court of judicature.
The debate on the Judicature (Amendment) Bill will be taken up in Parliament on Wednesday, Deputy Chief Government Whip Ajith Perera said.
Marquez, who supervises all regional, metropolitan and municipal trial courts as well as other local courts in the country, also reminded the judicature and the Philippine National Police to "strictly accomplish" the feedback section in the system, lamenting that over 52,000 subjects issued with eSubpoena did not have feedback.
After these reforms, an open judicature started in DPO office where he listens to the complaints and solve their matters.
Rossi and Silva address the entirety of the case law delivered by the European Union judicature 1995-2015 relating to public access to documents in the Union.
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.
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.