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court roll

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(Historical Terms) history the register of land holdings, etc, of a manorial court
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On 31 December 2010, PCHR appealed the court's decision and managed to get the case back on the court roll as the court accepted the affidavits of the eyewitnesses instead of their testimonies in person before the court.
Ten pence from each call will be donated to charity.MAGGIE O'RIORDANCENTRE COURT ROLL OF HONOURMEN'S SINGLES
Scalia and Thomas have long been the favorites of right-wing religious, political and legal activists eager to see the Supreme Court roll back decades of progressive rulings.
In this study, people have only been assumed to be related when the family relationship is stated in the court roll. The reliance on stated relationships provides a relatively consistent measurement over time and also means that some transfers via women are recorded despite the fact they do not necessarily have the same surname as their relatives.
Stuttgart: German qualifier Laura Siegemund continued her clay court roll, backing up her first round upset of Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova with an even bigger upset of fourth seed Simona Halep to enter the quarter-finals of the Porsche Tennis Grand Prix late on Thursday.
Formulaic court roll evidence is enhanced by this reading of women and their uses of the land, simultaneously locating women within the landscape, and confirming the landscape as a physical space rich in cultural meaning.
Yet this 700-page collection of papers is just that, and the fact that so much can properly be said and done with the English manorial court roll of the later middle ages does mark it as an extraordinary class of documents.
It should be noted, however, that in this particular case, as Paul Brand informs me, the land action fails to conform to an equivalent action at common law; a common lawyer would have struggled to provide a suitable remedy to suit the circumstances and would not have been able to make the claim in the same form as that appearing in the manor court roll.
The shots of a pensive Cronje deposing before the King's Commission, Mohammad Azharuddin facing up to hordes of mediamen after his life ban or the trio of Salman Butt, Mohammad Asif and Mohammad Amir walking away from Southwark Crown Court roll past in a flashback as a reminder to the body blows that the game took over the last decade and-a-half.