The question is whether a tariff classification ruling by the United States Customs
Service deserves judicial deference. ... The Secretary provides for tariff rulings before the entry of goods by regulations authorizing “ruling letters” setting tariff ...
Author: Bradley S. Shannon
Publisher: Aspen Publishers
There have long been a number of “introduction to law” textbooks (primarily aimed at non-American lawyers) and, more recently, textbooks dealing with legislation and regulation. American Legal Process is perhaps the only work since the creation of Henry M. Hart, Jr. & Albert M. Sacks’ iconic legal process materials to include extended discussions not only of those topics, but also of the judicial process. The Second Edition represents a continuation of and improvement on the first edition. There is no other law textbook quite like it. New to the 2nd Edition: Reorganization along the lines of the three branches of the U.S. government (legislative, executive, and judicial) and Articles I, II, and III of the U.S. Constitution An increase in the number of chapters from four to 13 (including an introductory chapter) to enhance readability and comprehension New/expanded discussions of current topics in Legal Process, including amicus curiae practice; the use of cameras in the courtroom; corpus linguistics; decisional methodology; sua sponte decision making; and the use of foreign law Professors and students will benefit from: Increases in content through an expanded use of notes Plain, readable text; very straightforward presentation Fascinating subject matter
At the same time we have , at least in the criminal law , rigidly linked the carrying
out of judicial orders to the act of judicial ... Consider as well the following : The
ideas of the ruling class are in every epoch the ruling ideas : i . e . , the class ...
Author: United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on FinancePublish On: 1975
Hearing Before the Subcommittee on Administration of the Internal Revenue
Code of the Committee on Finance, ... the existence of " secret law " and also
overstate the justification for disclosure of unpublished rulings as based on a
need to ...
Author: United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Finance
sittings after Easter Term , in Westminster : verdict for plain- cealment of a
material fact by the broker who effected it plain the terms of agreement , or the
letters , and directed a JUNE 7 , CROYSDILL V. DALTOX . - This case was tried before ...
The State of Georgia . it was bound to pay him until notified of the subsequent
contract it had made with the firm . ... the law to be different from that given in
charge by the judge , and such was the uniform ruling until after the late civil war .
Author: United States. Supreme CourtPublish On: 1889
finding of the court upon the facts , which is to have the same effect as the verdict
of a jury , is made . ... to propound to the court the propositions of law which they
respectively conceive to arise therefrom , as on a trial before a jury , except that a
If it means , it is said , that any such neglect or age laws " of that state : “ Guilty as
you are , we can refusal shall not be ... I advise you to pediment to justice ; I shall
adhere to my ruling until have these steps taken immediately , to enforce the ...
Vols. 65-96 include "Central law journal's international law list."
... American State Reports, American and English Annotated Cases, American
Annotated Cases, English Ruling Cases, ... if the buyer becomes insolvent before
payment and before the wood is actually removed , the seller may hold it against
and applied to the court to suspend further of a ruling here to the contrary . I recall
a client , who resided in New York , whether they brought on a contract to furnish
material for proceedings until they could consult with their case , very ...
Vols. for 1902- include decisions of the District of Columbia Court of Appeals and various other courts of the District of Columbia.
Suppose the bill of exceptions at the trial before the jury have clause authorising
the application of any of the delivered their verdict , and then by proceeding in
provisions of the former Acts to the Revenue side of error bring the question as to
... and every objection to a would have been good ground of challenge before
trial , would juror's qualification , of a general nature , and such as usually
sugstand as a valid objection to the verdict , which would be required gest
Author: United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on FinancePublish On: 1978
Hearings Before the Committee on Finance, United States Senate, Ninety-fifth
Congress, Second Session, on H.R. 13511, ... Under the law as it now stands ,
even if the industry challenges the ruling it remains in effect until a court decision
Author: United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Finance
Secretary Windom , after due consideration , refused , and stated he had this ruling before him , and that this roling ... The law now is that when silver - lead
ores are imported into this country , where the silver predominates in value over
Upon motions to set aside the verdict of juries , the discretion exer . ... in any case
, when the verdict of a jury is found “ contrary to evidence and the principles of
justice and equity , the presiding Judge may grant a new trial before another jury .
1986 ) ( “ the motion for directed verdict at the close of all the evidence provides
the nonmovant an opportunity to do what he can ... Thus , the court may combine
facts established as a matter of law either before trial under Rule 56 or at trial on
Where a referee makes findings of law and fact law or to the final decision where
a party ness of the rulings of fact will ... the time when the ruling is made , unless it
is taken to the charge given to the jury ; in which case , it must be taken before ...
Next , where the Court 20 of the Queen's Remembrancer's Act the proceeding
decides against the judge's ruling ... where , of which error of a judge at the trial
may be brought course , the judge would state the law to be as settled by before
vantage of the error by a motion for a new trial in which the ruling was specified
as error . No motion for a new trial was made in this case . It follows that the
question is not properly before us for decision . ” See , also , State ex rel .
Category: Insurance law
Reports of all decisions rendered in insurance cases in the federal courts, and in the state courts of last resort.
mean . closed , and others after the opening ruling until the case was so
developed " arguments to the jury had been CON that he " understood it . " The
necessity cluded ; but we do not see how defend and wisdom of such a course in
a case ...
The Province Judge ruled , consequently , that the property in question is not
within the jurisdiction of personal Law Courts ... The applicant's advocate applied
for revision before the Court of Appeal disputing the jurisdiction of the criminal