consular court

  • 1consular court — A tribunal convened by public officials who reside in a foreign country to protect the interests of their country for the settlement of civil cases based upon situations that happened in the foreign nation and which is held pursuant to authority… …

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  • 2consular court — A court held by a consul, that is, a representative of a country other than that in which the court sits …

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  • 3consular court — noun : one of the courts presided over by a minister or consul established by treaty in certain foreign countries and assigned criminal and civil jurisdiction over actions involving nationals of the country having extraterritorial rights …

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  • 4Court uniform and dress — Court dressOn formal royal occasions in monarchies the dress worn by those present has in the past been prescribed by official regulations. Court dress (as distinguished from court uniform mentioned in the section below) is worn by all men not… …

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  • 5Consular immunity — privileges are described in the Vienna Convention on Consular Relations of 1963 (VCCR).[1][2] Consular immunity offers protections similar to diplomatic immunity, but these protections are not as extensive, given the functional differences… …

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  • 6COURT JEWS — (Court contractors and suppliers). Medieval princes used the commercial and financial services of individual Jews. However, as an institution, the Court Jew is a feature of the absolutist state, especially in Central Europe, from the end of the… …

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  • 7Court uniform and dress in the United Kingdom — See also: Court dress R. B. Bennett (1870–1947) in court dress. Contents 1 Court dress …

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  • 8court — A space which is uncovered, but which may be partly or wholly inclosed by buildings or walls. When used in connection with a street, indicates a short street, blind alley, or open space like a short street inclosed by dwellings or other buildings …

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  • 9court — A space which is uncovered, but which may be partly or wholly inclosed by buildings or walls. When used in connection with a street, indicates a short street, blind alley, or open space like a short street inclosed by dwellings or other buildings …

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  • 10Vienna Convention on Consular Relations — The Vienna Convention on Consular Relations (or VCCR) was completed in 1963 as a multilateral treaty to codify consular practices that developed through customary international law, numerous bilateral treaties, and a number of regional treaties.… …

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  • 11List of International Court of Justice cases — This is a list of cases and advisory opinions brought to the International Court of Justice since its creation in 1946. Only nation states have standing to bring forward claims. Cases and advisory opinionsThe following is a list of all the… …

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  • 122004 term per curiam opinions of the Supreme Court of the United States — The Supreme Court of the United States handed down six per curiam opinions during its 2004 term, which lasted from October 4, 2004 until October 3, 2005. These were all decisions in which the Court either dismissed a writ of certiorari as… …

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  • 13Case Concerning United States Diplomatic and Consular Staff in Tehran — refers to a case (issued in two decisions) brought to the International Court of Justice by the United States of America against Iran in response to the seizure of United States diplomatic offices and personnel by militant revolutionaries. The… …

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  • 14International Court of Justice — ICJ redirects here. For the commission, see International Commission of Jurists. World Court redirects here. For other uses, see World Court (disambiguation). Not to be confused with the International Criminal Court. International Court of… …

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  • 15United States District Court for the District of Puerto Rico — (D.P.R.) Appeals to First Circuit Established September 12, 1966 Judges assigned 7 Chief judge Jose Antonio Fusté …

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  • 16United States and the International Criminal Court — Positions in the United States concerning the International Criminal Court (ICC) vary widely. The current U.S. administration does not intend to join the ICC, which was established in 2002 as a permanent criminal court to investigate and… …

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  • 172003 term United States Supreme Court opinions of John Paul Stevens — Concurrence width=25px Concurrence/dissent white space: nowrap |Total = 33 colspan=2 | Bench opinions = 29 colspan=2 | Opinions relating to orders = 4 colspan=2 | In chambers opinions = 0 white space: nowrap colspan=2 valign=top | Unanimous… …

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  • 18Vice-admiralty court — Vice Vice, a. [Cf. F. vice . See {Vice}, prep.] Denoting one who in certain cases may assume the office or duties of a superior; designating an officer or an office that is second in rank or authority; as, vice president; vice agent; vice consul …

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  • 192003 term United States Supreme Court opinions of Stephen Breyer — Concurrence width=25px Concurrence/dissent white space: nowrap |Total = 24 colspan=2 | Bench opinions = 22 colspan=2 | Opinions relating to orders = 1 colspan=2 | In chambers opinions = 1 white space: nowrap colspan=2 valign=top | Unanimous… …

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  • 20DeWitt Clinton Jansen — (born at Shawangunk, New York on 8 November 1840; died 6 November 1894 at Shanghai), was a member of the Shanghai Municipal Council from 1893 until his death in November 1894; an Associate judge of the United States Consular Court in Shanghai;… …

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