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32. Mention some classes of cases in which the Chancery Court has jurisdiction. 33. What does the recordation of wills mean? 34. What are fiduciaries? 35. What does docketing of judgments mean? 36. Define JUDGMENT. 37. What is common law? 38. For how long does a judge of the Law and Equity Court of the City of Richmond hold office, and what is his salary? 39. What are the qualifications of a judge of this court? 40. How often and for how long does the Equity Court sit? 41. Tell of the jurisdiction of this court.
46. What are the duties of the commissioners of the sinking fund. 47. What officers compose the Board of State Canvassers? 48. What are the duties of the Board of State Canvassers? V. JUDICIARY DEPARTMENT. Supreme Court of Appeals. Composed of five judges chosen by joint vote of the two houses of the General Assembly. Term, twelve years. Salary: President, $4,200; other judges, each $4,000. The judges shall not hold any other office or public trust; shall not practice law. Qualifications of Judges.
But if the grand jury find that there is not evidence enough to convict the accused, they mark or indorse the indictment with the words not a true bill, and then there is no trial in court. An information is an action or prosecution for some offence against the government, and it is based not on a grand jury indictment, but on a statement or complaint made on oath by a competent witness. In chancery means in equity—that is, in natural right. A court of chancery may give a decision or judgment on the ground of plain, common justice between man and man, where there may be no statute law that bears upon the case.
Civil Government of Virginia: A Text-Book for Schools, Based Upon the Constitution of 1902, and Conforming to the Laws enacted in Accordance Therewith by William Fayette 1836-1909 Fox