Imperial chamber

the, the sovereign court of the old German empire.

See also: Imperial

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Its powers are vested in a diet representing the component members of the confederacy; in the emperor, who is the executive magistrate, with a negative on the decrees of the diet; and in the imperial chamber and the aulic council, two judiciary tribunals having supreme jurisdiction in controversies which concern the empire, or which happen among its members.
The members of the diet, as such, are subject in all cases to be judged by the emperor and diet, and in their private capacities by the aulic council and imperial chamber.
Around 1500, it took on a more formal structure with the establishment of powerful institutions -- such as the Reichstag and Imperial Chamber Court--that would endure more or less intact until the empire's dissolution by Napoleon in 1806.
Their topics include justitia in commerciis: public governance and commercial litigation before the Great Council of Mechlin in the late 15th and early 16th centuries, the abandonment to the insurers in 16th-century insurance practice: comparative and (a few) methodological notes, the files and exhibits of the Imperial Chamber Court and Aulic Council as sources of commercial law, Svea Court of Appeal records as a source of commercial law: the founding year of 1614, and the rise of usages in French commercial law and jurisprudence from the 17th century to the 19th: vicissitudes of the Gorneau Draft.
He regards Mozart's appointment as imperial chamber musician at the end of 1787, with a salary of eight hundred florins but no specific duties, as a watershed that set him free to compose whatever he wished.
The absorption of the Werkbund into the National Socialist Reichskammer der Bildenden Kunste (RDBK)--the Imperial Chamber of Fine Arts--signalled above all the end of support for the kind of architecture it had promoted.
He traces the influence of the League of Schmalkaden and the Imperial Chamber Court and the defense of confiscation on both financial and spiritual grounds, the move toward codification of confiscation, and the efforts made to resolve the issue after the Schmalkaden Recommendation of 1540.
Helena during the Spanish Inquisition; spoken word in courts in Italy and the Imperial Chamber Court of the Holy Roman Empire; preachers in 17th-century France, St.
The staff work for the Tax Credits department of HM Customs at Imperial Chambers on Exchange Street East.
It was in the early hours of June 6 when Fell went with Green to the victim's flat in the exclusive Imperial Chambers complex.
The centre can be found at Imperial Chambers, Longsmith Street.
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