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3 edition of Northern Territory Supreme Court probates and index of administrations granted and sealed found in the catalog.

Northern Territory Supreme Court probates and index of administrations granted and sealed

Northern Territory Supreme Court probates and index of administrations granted and sealed

[along with index for Darwin inquest book, 1875-1905]

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Published by Genealogical Society of Northern Territory in [Winnellie, NT .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Northern Territory,
  • Australia
    • Subjects:
    • Probate records -- Australia -- Northern Territory -- Indexes.,
    • Court records -- Australia -- Northern Territory -- Indexes.,
    • Wills -- Australia -- Northern Territory -- Indexes.,
    • Northern Territory -- Genealogy.,
    • Australia -- Genealogy.

    • Edition Notes

      Other titlesCosson"s index.
      Statementindexed by L. Cossons.
      ContributionsCossons, L., Northern Territory. Supreme Court.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsCS2008, Microfiche 94/2155 (C)
      The Physical Object
      FormatMicroform
      Pagination6 microfiches
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1241777M
      ISBN 100949124648
      LC Control Number94628530

      IN THE SUPREME COURT OF THE NORTHERN TERRITORY OF AUSTRALIA AT DARWIN No. THE QUEEN against DONALD BRUCE HENDERSON INDICTMENT for Buggery: Section 71 of The Criminal Law and Consolidation Act and Ordinance. Indecent Assault: x 13 Section 72 of The Criminal Law and Consolidation Act and Ordinance. Aggravated Assault. Page 42 - to the power of Congress on the subject of patents and copy-rights. (2») Their supposed conflict with the power of Congress to regulate commerce. As to the first, the words of the constitution are, " Congress shall have power to promote the progress of science and the useful arts, by securing, for limited times, to authors and inventors, the exclusive right to their respective.

      Probate NT FAQ 5: Where is the Supreme Court Probate Office in the NT? The Probate Office in Darwin is located at the Supreme Court Building, State Square, Darwin NT Probate NT FAQ 6: Can I file a Probate application via post or am I required in person? You can file a probate application in the Northern Territory either in person or via post. The Supreme Court of the Northern Territory. The Supreme Court, established by the Supreme Court Act (NT), is the highest NT court. It is made up of seven judicial officers including the Chief Justice, Justices and the Master, each of whom is appointed by the NT's Administrator. The Supreme Court can sit at any time and place but most.

      Northern Territory Supreme Court Chief Justice Trevor Riley has announced his retirement and will step down from the role in July. During a tenure of almost six years, Chief Justice Riley has been. SUPREME COURT OF THE NORTHERN TERRITORY DAILY COURT LIST Monday22April AfternoonEdition DARWIN SITTINGS SUPREME COURT Before Southwood J in Court3 am R v. Cameron John Davie) R v. Adrian DouglasSlee) (Co­accused Plea) pm R v. Sylvester Weekend (Breach of Order)


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Northern Territory Supreme Court probates and index of administrations granted and sealed Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Supreme Court is the highest court in the Northern Territory and deals with civil and criminal matters as well as appeals. Information for Information for members of the public who have been summoned for jury duty.

Commonly used forms, guidelines, policies. Supreme Court of the Northern Territory NTRSIndex of probates [Previously registered as E97], This is a bound register titled “Index of probates granted and sealed by the Supreme Court of the Northern Territory of Australia”.

It is arranged alphabetically. Entries include: Reference number; Folio File Size: KB. The Supreme Court of Central Australia was abolished and the Supreme Court of North Australia continued as the Supreme Court of the Northern Territory. [4] In the Court began its first sittings on circuit in Alice Springs [3], a practice which still continues s to: High Court of Australia.

Available in the National Library of Australia collection. Author: Northern Territory. Supreme Court; Format: Journal, Online; volumes: colour illustrations, colour photographs ; 21 x 31 cm. Northern Territory Supreme Court probates and index of administrations granted and sealed [microform] / Northern Territory Supreme Court judgments table of cases Reasons for judgement / Supreme Court, Northern Territory.

About Northern Territory, Australia, Probate Index, This collection includes images of an index to probate records for the Northern Territory of Australia. Probate records are among the most valuable records available for genealogy, as they provide information regarding a deceased person’s estate, whether that estate is “testate.

The Supreme Court of the Northern Territory in Australia has six resident Judges, including a Chief Justice. Judges from other Courts and retired Judges have regularly held appointment as additional or acting Judges to assist, particularly with appeal sittings where at least three Judges are required.

Courts, daily lists and decisions. To find a court or get the latest decisions go to the links and websites listed below. Courts. Northern Territory Local Court. Northern Territory Supreme Court. Daily court lists. Supreme Court. Local Court.

Northern. Information on NT probate and letters of administration for executors and administrators, including executor’s duties, deceased estate assets, and do-it-yourself probate. Supreme Court of the Northern Territory Probate Office State Square, Darwin, NT Phone (08) Contact AussieLegal on for more information.

NORTHERN TERRITORY SUPREME COURT ACT - SECT. Rules of Court. SECT PART V-GENERAL MATTERS OF PROCEDURE Except as provided by this Act or by any other law in force in the Territory, the practice and procedure of the Supreme Court shall be as provided by Rules of Court.

NORTHERN TERRITORY SUPREME COURT ACT. In the Northern Territory (NT), if you are unhappy with a conviction, sentence or civil judgment that has been handed to you in the Local Court or Supreme Court you may be able to file an appeal.

What can be appealed. You can appeal against your guilty verdict, and/or the. Local Court. Go to the Northern Territory Local Court website to view the daily court lists for the following information: name of the person or organisation appearing in court; which courtroom the case will be heard in; a description of the type of hearing.

Supreme Court. Go the daily court list for the following information. NORTHERN TERRITORY SUPREME COURT. ACT No. 84 of An Act to amend the Northern Territory Supreme Court Act BE IT ENACTED by the Queen, the Senate and the House of Representatives of Australia, as follows: Short title and citation.

(1) This Act may be cited as the Northern Territory Supreme Court Act Strictly speaking, the appointment of an Administrator is made by the Governor-General-in-Council, that is, the Governor-General acting on the advice of the Commonwealth Government, rather than the advice of the Government of the Northern Territory.

The Northern Territory received self-government on 1 Julyin accordance with the provisions of the Northern Territory (Self-Government) Act Appointer: Governor-General of Australia. NORTHERN TERRITORY SUPREME COURT. 11 of An Act to create a Supreme Court of the Northern Territory of Australia, in place of the Supreme Court previously established.

B [Assented to 5th May, ] E it enacted by the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty, the Senate, and the House of Representatives of the. Northern Territory, Australia, Probate Index, [database on-line].

Provo, UT, USA: Operations, Inc., Original data: Probate Index. Genealogical Society of the Northern Territory Inc. This collection includes images of an index to probate records for the. In the quasi-criminal context, the Full Court of the Supreme Court of the Northern Territory has observed that the power to stay on the ground of abuse of process will be exercised only “in most exceptional circumstances” to ensure that the court’s processes are used fairly by State and citizen alike and not forFile Size: KB.

Courts and registrars-general. The first resident judge in the Northern Territory was appointed in In the positions of Government Resident and Judge were combined for reasons of economy. 2 After taking responsibility for the Northern Territory the Commonwealth implemented the Supreme Court Ordinance which came into effect in May The Northern Territory is an area of approximately 1, million square kilometres (, square miles).

Its eastern, western and southern borders are fixed by latitudes and longitudes shared with the States of Queensland, Western Australia and South Australia. Northern Territory Supreme Court probates and index of administrations granted and sealed [along with index for Darwin inquest book, ] Northern Territory's Palmerston Cemetery: and some of its occupants.

Nothing without labor: the story of James Long and his family in Australia Alan C. Long. Details SUPREME COURT (RULES OF PROCEDURE) ACT Act No: Assent. Parties will be charged thousands of dollars to file a notice of appeal. Law Society Northern Territory (“Society”) today expressed deep concern about the growing size of these sorts of fees.

Inthe government substantially increased Supreme Court fees and introduced a range of new fees which were not previously there.The Law Society Northern Territory (the Society) does not determine applications for admission, or applications under the Mutual Recognition Act.

For all admission enquiries, please contact the Supreme Court of the Northern Territory Registrar on (08) This is also the number for the secretary of the Legal Practitioners Admission.