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(Law) the Court of Admiralty acting within its ordinary jurisdiction, as distinguished from its action as a prize court.

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The forum aims at developing the areas of order execution, refining the practical experience of the operational procedures through the consolidation of the execution procedures at all execution departments in first instance courts.
TUNIS (TAP) - The World Organisation Against Torture (OMCT) called, on Thursday, to generalise the register of complaints of torture and their follow-up on the level of the first instance courts.
The course was initially piloted among judges of appellate courts at a train-the-trainer session , thus creating a pool of more than 30 judges-trainers who then delivered training courses for their colleagues newly-appointed judges of the first instance courts.
Abu Dhabi Police have confirmed that Magi's case is being handled at the lower instance courts in the capital.
The president of the Superior Administrative Tribunal, in charge of hearing recourses against rulings by first instance courts on government administrative matters, revoked a recent ruling that ordered the suspension of a public tender for the construction of the Central Punta Catalina with its two coal-fired plants in Punta Catalina, Peravia, reports eldia.
The aim of the project is to ensure that cases are processed in the same judicial year - without adjourning them to the next year, except for cases referred in the previous year to First Instance courts.
He pointed out that the aim of the project is to ensure cases are processed in the same judicial year and prevent adjourining them to the following one, except for cases referred in the previous year to first instance courts.
The Supreme Court of Kyrgyzstan upheld the rulings of the first and second instance courts prohibiting activities of the Unification Church in Kyrgyzstan, the State Commission for Religious Affairs said.
The Federal Supreme Court in Abu Dhabi overturned the rulings that had earlier been issued by both the appeal and first instance courts, which had found the Arab boy guilty of eight charges that included causing the accident that injured two people, driving without a licence and consuming drugs.