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Debate:The Fixing the Deck Judicial Clean-Up Act

48RZ26, The Fixing the Deck Judicial Clean-Up Act

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It amends the following:
El Lexhatx

Ziu 48th Clark 5th
Sponsored by: Alexandreu Davinescu

Cosa.png Cosa: PASSED
PER 127 — CON 6 — AUS 25

Senats.png Senäts: PASSED
PER 5 — CON 0 — AUS 1

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WHEREAS, we passed the Judicial Merry-Go-Round Amendment, and

WHEREAS, it eliminated the Magistracy, and

WHEREAS that means the Magistracy is gone, although you wouldn't know it to look at the published law,

THEREFORE the Ziu hereby amends Title G of el Lexhatx to remove section 10 and all subsections, which currently read:

10. There shall be Magistrate Courts (Corts dels Edilicieux) for the trial of all cases arising under the laws of the Kingdom of Talossa, both civil and criminal. (39RZ18) 10.1. The Magistrate Courts shall consist of not less than two and no more than three separate Magistrate Courts, each magistrate distributed to separate chambers. No member of the Uppermost Cort and/or person(s) barred by Article XVI, Section 3 of the Organic Law, from being a Judge and/or non-citizens may be a Magistrate. Additionally, the head of the Ministry of Justice and his subordinates are barred from becoming or serving as a Magistrate. Magistrates shall be chosen and removed as provided in Article XVI, Section 1 & Section 4 of the Organic Law. 10.2. Except as otherwise provided by law, or rule or order of court, the judicial power of the Magistrate Courts with respect to any action, suit or proceeding shall be exercised by a single magistrate, who shall preside alone and hold a regular or special session of court at the same time other sessions are held by other magistrates. 10.3. The business of the Magistrate Courts shall be divided among the individual magistrates as provided by the rules and orders of the courts. The magistrates shall elect one of their number as Chief Magistrate, who shall be responsible for the observance of such rules and orders, and shall divide the business and assign the cases so far as such rules and orders do not otherwise prescribe. 10.4. Any final judgment of a Magistrate's Court (and such other magistrate's orders as are made appealable by the rules and orders of the Uppermost Court) may be appealed to the Uppermost Court. The time and procedures for bringing such appeals may be specified by the rules and orders of the Uppermost Court, but in the absence of such rules appeals of a Magistrate's Court judgment must be filed with the Uppermost Court within 15 days of the date the judgment is issued by the magistrate. 10.5. In any criminal trial, no sentence of banishment or revocation of citizenship recommended by a Magistrate's Court shall be effective unless approved by a unanimous vote of the Uppermost Cort.

FURTHERMORE, the Royal Scribe shall renumber successive sections of this Title.

Uréu q'estadra så: Alexandreu Davinescu - (MC-RUMP)

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