This is a translation of the

Loi (1862) sur la procédure devant la Cour Royale

(Chapter 07.665)

as in force on 1 January 2019

 

This is not an authoritative translation of the Law. Whilst it is believed to be correct, no warranty is given that it is free of errors or omissions or that it is an accurate translation of the French text. Accordingly, no liability is accepted for any loss arising from its use.

 

LAW  (1862) ON PROCEDURE BEFORE THE ROYAL COURT


LAW
abolishing the Court of Cattel, and laying down the order of procedure before the Land Court (Cour d’Héritage)


CONSIDERING that few cases come before the Court of Cattel, and that often several Terms pass without a single case being dealt with therein; considering also that the mode of bringing cases before the Land Court (Cour d’Héritage) gives rise to great inconvenience; the States have resolved, subject to the sanction of Her Most Excellent Majesty in Council, to enact the following Law

Article    1

La Court of Cattel is hereby abolished with effect from 1st January1863.

Cases which were heard by this Court shall henceforth be heard by the Land Court (Cour d’Héritage).

Article      2

In the future, in all cases, the Inferior Number shall be composed only of the Bailiff and 2 Jurats.

 

 


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