The office and authority of a justice of peace for Ireland

collected from the books of common law written on that subject, as also from all the acts of Parliament ... as well those in force by Sir Edward Poyning"s law, as those made in this kingdom, to the end of the first (with an appendix of the second) session of this present Parliament; ... digested under alphabetical titles. ... By Matt. Dutton, gent.
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printed by J. Carson, for Jer. Pepyat , Dublin
SeriesEighteenth century -- reel 9960, no. 01.
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The office and authority of a justice of peace. And also, the duty of sheriffs, coroners, constables, church-wardens, overseers of roads, and other officers.

Together with precedents of warrants, judgments, executions, and other legal process To which is added, an appendix The office and authority of a justice of peace for Ireland: collected from the books of common law written on that subject, as also from all the acts of Parliament as well those in force by Sir Edward Poyning's law, as those made in this kingdom, to the end of the first (with an appendix of the second) session of this present Parliament ; digested under alphabetical titles.

The office and authority of a justice of peace for Ireland: collected from the books of common law written on that subject, as also from all the acts of Parliament relating to that Office ; as well those in force by Sir Edward Poyning's law, as those made in this kingdom, to the end of the first (with an appendix of the second) session of this present Parliament ; With many special Cases in The office and authority of a justice of peace: collected out of all the books, whether of common or statute-law, hitherto written on that subject: Shewing ?id=njp The office and authority of a justice of the peace, and of sheriffs, coroners, &c.

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Today’s JPs in New Zealand have powers under a brief Statute, the Justice of the Peace Act. •The Constitution established the office of Justice of the Peace •This has created an impression that JP Courts are separate from the rest of the judiciary •The Texas Supreme Court seems to moving to change that •Trend in recent years to refer to the JP as Judge of the Justice Court •The title of Judge or Justice is Role of a Texas 1 mass noun Just behaviour or treatment.

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