Law:The Court Order and Injunctions Amendment
The Court Order and Injunctions Amendment
WHEREAS the Cort is the final arbiter and protector of civil and human rights in the Kingdom of Talossa, and WHEREAS the RT Constituziun does not clearly empower Cort Justices to intervene in the political process as soon as they perceive violations of law to occur; THEREFORE the Cosâ hereby adds the following language as Article 84b: Art. 84b: Any judge or justice may issue court orders or injunctions according to the generally accepted principles of Anglo-American law. These injunctions may order a party to perform his/her legal duty, or may prevent the enforcement of a law which may be Inorganic (unconstitutional). Violation of an injuction is treated as contempt of court. The final arbiter of the organicity of injunctions is the Uppermost Cort of Talossa.
Uréu q'estadra så: Robert Madison (PC-Vuode)