What is the Admiralty Court?
It looks pretty. It has no other meaning. That's actually not true. The reason there is a gold rim is because of Admiralty Law. Whenever you see a gold rim on a flag it means you are accepting the use of Admiralty Law when you testify or have representation within that court. It basically is a set of laws that governs corporate actions. It is derived from Maritime Law. You as a person are a…
The Judiciary Branch includes the Federal distract, appellate and Supreme Courts, as well as special tribunals (tax court, military court, admiralty court, etc. In state government, there are 50 states that have jurisdiction over their courts. Pre3sumably, states maintain jurisdiction in the Judiciary Branch, modeling their choice from the U.S. Constitution
A judgment is a court's determination of the rights and obligations of the parties in a case. A judgment is a judicial decision made in a court of law. The term judgment includes a decree and any order issued by a judge from which an appeal lies. Traditionally a decree is a judicial decision in a court of equity, admiralty, divorce or probate.
Henry Laurens has written: 'A South Carolina protest against slavery' -- subject(s): Sources, Slavery, History, Controversial literature, Early works to 1800 'Extracts from the proceedings of the High Court of Vice-Admiralty, in Charlestown, South-Carolina, upon six several informations' -- subject(s): Admiralty, Customs administration, Early works to 1800, Law and legislation 'The papers of Henry Laurens' 'Correspondence of Henry Laurens, of South Carolina' -- subject(s): Sources, History