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.
The Licence will be deposited with the Clerk of Petty Sessions before or at the hearing of the Application.
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.
[UKPRwire, Fri Feb 24 2012] findmypast.ie, the Irish family history website, has launched the Petty Sessions Order Books (1850-1910) online for the first time, one of the greatest untapped resources for those tracing their Irish roots.
Birmingham founded a court of Quarter Sessions and Petty Sessions, based at the Victoria Law Courts, in 1839.
In the nineteenth century chapters she focuses on the petty sessions and disputes over fishing rights.
Dated this 14th day of August 2019 O'REILLY STEWART Solicitors for the Applicant Courtside House 75/77, May Street Belfast BT1 3JL To:-the Clerk of Petty Sessions for the above-named petty sessions district; the District Commander, Musgrave PSNI, 60 Victoria Street, Belfast being the district in which the premises is situated and in which the applicant has its registered office; and Belfast City Council, Cecil Ward Building, 4-10 Linenhall Street, Belfast being the district council for the district in which the premises are situated.
The Limerick Chronicle noted in 1866 "they all knew that when a disturbance commenced in a town on fair or market day, men were not only involved but women also." In 1883 the Petty Sessions Chairman in Limerick complained that "The women are the cause of all the disturbances.
The sole director is Andrew Gedge of 70 Beatrice Road, Bangor, BT20 5DL The owner of the premises is Jeeves (Wolf) 2 Ltd The licence will be deposited with the clerk of the petty sessions before or at the hearing of the application.
The Applicant Company is the owner of the business carried on under the licence of which the following persons are directors:- Graeme Ramsay, Alexander Salussolia, Christina Salussolia and Peter Salussolia all of 364 High Street, Harlington, Heathrow, Hayes, UB3 5LF All directors have executive control The owner of the premises is the Applicant Company The licence will be deposited with the clerk of the petty sessions before or at the hearing of the application.
The owner of the premises is Y Dean (NI) Ltd The licence will be deposited with the clerk of the petty sessions before or at the hearing of the application.
The License will be deposited with the Clerk Of Petty Sessions before or at the hearing of the Application(s).