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Rules of the Supreme Court

rules of the Supreme Court

Rules of the Supreme Court

Canada: The Supreme Court Sets Rules for the Secession of Quebec

The Italian Supreme Court rules on infringement of strong trade marks

The UK Supreme Court rules on the treatment of client money in the Lehman Brothers Administration

The French Supreme Court clarifies the rules governing remuneration of contributors to a collective work

Authoritarianism, Democracy and the Supreme Court: Horizontal Exchange and the Rule of Law in Mexico

The US Supreme Court’s ‘Enemy Combatant’ Decisions: A ‘Major Victory for the Rule of Law’?

Employment Tribunal Fees and the Rule of Law: R (Unison) v Lord Chancellor in the Supreme Court

Unidroit Principles as rules applicable to international contracts: With regard to the Colombian Supreme Court of Justice’s ruling on 21 February 2012

The Liquidation of Pecuniary Effects of Bigamous Marriage in Ethiopia: A Critical Review of the Precedents of the Federal Supreme Court and Rule of Equity under the Oromia Regional Family Code

Court of Appeal in Pitt and Futter puts the so-called Rule in Hastings-Bass out of its misery, but leaves a loose end that is bound to cause bother unless the Supreme Court ties it off

Prosecutor v Nuon (Chea), Decision on Nuon Chea's 'Immediate Appeal Against Trial Chamber Decision on Application for Immediate Action Pursuant to Rule 35', Case No 002/19-09-2007-ECCC-TC/SC(20), Doc No E189/3/1/8, ICL 1626 (ECC 2013), 25th March 2013, Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia [ECCC]; Supreme Court Chamber [ECCC]


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Formerly, rules governing the practice and procedure of the Supreme Court of Judicature. The rules were made under a statutory power by the Supreme Court Rule Committee, a body appointed by the Lord Chancellor and comprising himself, the Master of the Rolls, the heads of the Divisions of the High Court, and four practitioners. The Rules were revoked in 1999 by the Civil Procedure Rules, which have re-enacted some of the rules of the RSC.

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