Oaths in the Supreme Court of Judicature: A Manual for the Use of Commissioners to Administer Oaths in the Supreme Courts of Judicature in England and Ireland, and of All Other Persons Empowered to Administer Oaths in Aid of Proceedings in Courts of Law
Stevens, 1881 - Oaths - 118 pages
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Page 85 - AB, do swear that I will be faithful and bear true allegiance to Her Majesty Queen Victoria, Her heirs and successors according to law. So help me God!
Page 62 - Where an affidavit is sworn by any person who appears to the officer taking the affidavit to be illiterate or blind, the officer shall certify in the jurat that the affidavit was read in his presence to the deponent, that the deponent seemed perfectly to understand it, and that the deponent made his signature in the presence of the officer.
Page 78 - Affidavits shall be confined to such facts as the witness is able of his own knowledge to prove, except on interlocutory motions, on which statements as to his belief, with the grounds thereof, may be admitted.
Page 27 - ... or before any of her Majesty's consuls or vice-consuls in any foreign parts out of her Majesty's dominions; and the judges and other officers of the High Court shall take judicial notice of the seal or signature, as the case may be...
Page 80 - Court, be read or made use of in any matter depending in Court unless the interlineation or alteration (other than by erasure) is authenticated by the initials of the officer or person taking the affidavit, nor, in the case of an erasure, unless the words or figures appearing at the time of taking the affidavit...
Page 95 - OATH. You are true answer to make to all such questions as shall be asked you, without favour or affection to either party, and therein you shall speak the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth. So help you God.
Page 81 - A, produced and shown to me at the time of swearing this my affidavit, and purporting to be my account...
Page 8 - An Act for the constitution, of a Supreme Court, and for other purposes relating to the better Administration of Justice in England ; and to authorise the transfer to the Appellate Division of such Supreme Court of the Jurisdiction of the Judicial Committee of Her Majesty's Privy Council. [5th August, 1873.] WHEREAS it is expedient to constitute a Supreme Court, and to make provision for the better administration of justice in England...