2 edition of Guide to the records in the custody of the clerk of the peace for Wiltshire found in the catalog.
Guide to the records in the custody of the clerk of the peace for Wiltshire
Wiltshire County Records Committee.
|Statement||compiled for the County Records Committee by Maurice G. Rathbone ; with a foreword by P.A. Selborne Stringer.|
|Contributions||Rathbone, Maurice G.|
|LC Classifications||CD1065.W7 A5 1959|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||41 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||41|
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Guide to the records in the custody of the clerk of the peace for Wiltshire. [Trowbridge, Wiltshire]: Wiltshire County Council, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Maurice G Rathbone; Wiltshire County Records Committee.
Guide to the Record Office. [Trowbridge. (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Wiltshire (England). County Record Office.; Wiltshire (England). County Council. OCLC Number: Notes: At head of title: Wiltshire County Council. Description: volumes 21 cm: Contents: pt.
Guide to the records in the custody. Guide to the Records in the Custody of the Clerk of the Peace for Wiltshire by Maurice C.
Rathbone and Pamela Stewart FHL Collection A5 v. 1 Guide to the South Humberside Area Archive Office by John Wilson and Humberside County Council FHL Collection A3wj. The presence in the custody of the clerk of the peace of the records which follow may be explained simply by the very close connection between the Lieutenancy and quarter Sessions (the Lieutenant.
The records of Quarter Sessions are in the custody of the Clerk of the Peace, and are to be found in the County Record Office. It is broadly true to say that Record Offices were originally established to preserve and cata.
Tables of fees to be received by the Clerk of the Peace and Clerks to J.P.s in Petty Sessions. A1/ WILTSHIRE QUARTER SESSIONS MESS FUND. A1//1. Minutes of meetings. A1// Cash Book A1//11MS. Seating Plans. Pamphlet. Reports of the Committee appointed to make enquiries respecting the records for the years etc.
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Any person interested in accessing child custody records or other divorce orders can do so through the court that handled the case. In most jurisdictions, this is the circuit court of the county where at least one of the divorcing partners resided at the time the divorce was filed.
Court records may also be found online, although the person seeking these records may need to visit the. Retention Note: State law requires that a county clerk, after obtaining custody of the records of a dissolved irrigation district, contact the Director and Librarian of the Texas State Library and Archives Commission to arrange for the transfer of the records to its custody.
*CC LEVEE IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT RECLAMATION PLANS: 3 years. The Tarrant County Clerk's Office is committed to its statutory responsibilities as caretaker of the public record and partner to the judiciary.
We deliver exemplary customer service while conducting ourselves in a professional and ethical manner as we support the citizens of Tarrant County. The Clerks of the Peace Custody of the Records Publication of the Records The Seal of the Court Great Rolls Minute Books and to Mr.
Selborne Stringer, Clerk of the Peace, for the various services they have rendered towards furthering the publication of these records. of Wiltshire Quarter Sessions, contribute something towards.
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See section 9 for court records regarding lunatics. Custody of the Clerk of the Peace for Wiltshire (Part 1 of the Guide to the County br Diocesan Record Offices, ), which describes the records of the Court of Quarter Sessions (from ); the Lieutenancy: Militia (); the Shrievalty: County Court Pleas, etc.
(); the Wiltshire Subscriptions for the Internal Defence of. Since the county clerk has no longer been legally responsible for keeping district court records although some early records may continue to be in their custody.
On Jan. 15, the Legislative Assembly transferred all district court jurisdiction, authority, powers, functions and duties to. In addition to records in the custody of county governments, this guide identifies records at other locations like historical societies, libraries, archives and museums.
Each of these mayhave its own set of policies related to hours of operation, access and use of records. Some records of proceedings before the Cheltenham sessions of the peace, in the 15th and early 16th Centuries, have been preserved in the Public Record Office (P.R.O., SC 2//), and records of the Slaughter sessions (held at Stow-on-the-Wold) in the early sixteen-hundreds are among muniments of the Whitmore family, now deposited in the.
History England and Wales. The office of the clerk of the peace originated in England and is lost in antiquity. It is referred to in Statute 24 C.1 of Edward III () as an office occupied by a person who draws indictments, arraigns prisoners, joins issue for the Crown, enters judgments, awards their process and makes up and keeps records in respect of proceedings before justices assembled.
The custodian of records for the Justice of the Peace courts will respond to a request for examination or copies of public records as promptly as practicable. The preparation of this information for public viewing requires the staff to redact the record to ensure that no personal identifying information is visible.The guide is meant to help someone who is not represented by a lawyer understand the general rules and procedures of a civil court case in Louisiana.
It is not a complete guide to the law nor does it discuss every issue or aspect of the law that may affect your case. *In order to file with the Clerk of Court, forms must be printed out and.Retention Schedules for Texas State Agencies and Public Universities A records retention schedule is a document that identifies and describes a state agency’s records and the lengths of time that each type of record must be retained.
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