petty sessions


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petty sessions

n
(Law) (functioning as singular or plural) another term for magistrates' court
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How his grandfather, in the early days of the great war, when there was much distress and crime in the Vale, and the magistrates had been threatened by the mob, had ridden in with a big stick in his hand, and held the petty sessions by himself.
Form 3 LICENSING (NORTHERN IRELAND) ORDER 199& (Article 22, Schedule 5) NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR THE TRANSFER OF A LICENCE Petty Sessions District of Belfast North Eastern Administrative Court Division TAKE NOTICE that Crazy Horse Belfast Limited, a Limited Liability Company (No.
And, in 1890, a Thomas Esmor Hooson was in the Petty Sessions Court charged with selling peas which he knew to be tainted with copper.
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Before 1839, people were tried at the Quarter Sessions or Petty Sessions in the county where they were apprehended.
Fifteen persons were summoned at the county petty sessions for neglecting to pay portions of the poor rates for their respective parishes.
In the nineteenth century chapters she focuses on the petty sessions and disputes over fishing rights.
Between Monday and Friday, February 17-21, the Petty Sessions Court held in the Great Hall of the manor will dispense old fashioned justice to miscreants and ne'er-do-wells.
All were remanded to appear before North Antrim Petty Sessions again on April 28.
Dated this 9th day of February 2018 Signed :Shean Dickson Merrick Solicitors for the Applicant 14/16 High Street, BELFAST BT1 2BS To: The Chief Clerk, The Courthouse, Newtownards, County Down Copy to: (i) The Clerk of Petty Sessions, Petty Sessions Courthouse, Downpatrick County Down (being the Petty Sessions District in which the premises are to be situated).
100 years agoMore than 100 Warwickshire miners were fined 10s each at Atherstone Petty Sessions court for failing to turn up to work without notice a week earlier.
This is illustrated in Figure 3, and can be compared to the very high incidence of petty sessions in Westminster.