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{{Cort}}The '''Magistracy''', or ''Cort dels Edilicieux'', is the inferior judicial body in [[Talossa]], supplementing the superior [[{{inalt}}]].  It may serve as initial venue for all suits, both civil and criminal, that arise in the nation, although its decisions may be appealed to the {{inalt}}.
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{{Cort}}The '''Magistracy''', in [[Glheþ|Talossan]] '''Cort dels Edilicieux''' ({{IPA-all|koɾt dɛwz‿ɛðɪɫɪˈt͡ʃiɪwʃ|pron}}), was the inferior judicial body in [[Talossa]], supplementing the superior [[{{inalt}}]].  It erved as initial venue for all suits, both civil and criminal, that arise in the nation, although its decisions may be appealed to the {{inalt}}.  Cases were received by the [[Clerk of Courts]] and assigned by the Chief Magistrate.
  
The current Chief Magistrate is [[Owen Edwards]], assisted by Magistrates [[Martì Prevuost]] and [[Béneditsch Ardpresteir]].
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==Legal basis==
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The Magistracy derives its powers from [[39RZ18]], which is incorporated in the [[Lexhatx]] in Title G, Section 10. During the 47th Cosa, the Magistrates Courts were abolished and the three Magistrates took seats on the Uppermost Court.
  
 
==Cases==
 
==Cases==
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:*[[2013_In_re_Lorentzescu_(M)|In re Lorentzescu]]
 
:*[[2013_In_re_Lorentzescu_(M)|In re Lorentzescu]]
 
:*[[2013_Asmourescu_v._HM_Government|Asmourescu v. HM Government]]
 
:*[[2013_Asmourescu_v._HM_Government|Asmourescu v. HM Government]]
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===2014===
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:*[[2014 Grischun v. Canun et al]]
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:*[[2014 Da Lhiun v. Ardpresteir]]
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:*[[2014 Marcianüs v. Davinescu et al]]
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:*[[2014 Asmourescu v. Beric'ht Talossan et al]]
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:*[[2014 HM Government v. Börnatfiglheu]]
  
 
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Latest revision as of 16:45, 8 June 2015

The Magistracy, in Talossan Cort dels Edilicieux (pronounced [koɾt dɛwz‿ɛðɪɫɪˈt͡ʃiɪwʃ]), was the inferior judicial body in Talossa, supplementing the superior Cort Pü Inalt. It erved as initial venue for all suits, both civil and criminal, that arise in the nation, although its decisions may be appealed to the Cort Pü Inalt. Cases were received by the Clerk of Courts and assigned by the Chief Magistrate.

Legal basis

The Magistracy derives its powers from 39RZ18, which is incorporated in the Lexhatx in Title G, Section 10. During the 47th Cosa, the Magistrates Courts were abolished and the three Magistrates took seats on the Uppermost Court.

Cases

2011

2013

2014