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What is the source of authority of the Supreme Court to make the rules for regulating practice and procedure of the Court?
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Asked in History, Politics & Society
What is supreme authority within states borders called?
Asked in US Constitution, Italy
Which term refers to the supreme authority within a states borders?
Asked in Political Theory, Dictatorship
In a dictatorship supreme authority rests solely with the people?
Asked in US Constitution
Who does supreme authority belong to in a democracy?
Asked in Authors, Poets, and Playwrights
What has the author Edward Robert Cameron written?
Edward Robert Cameron has written: 'Memoirs of Ralph Vansittart' -- subject(s): Politics and government 'The Supreme Court Act, R.S., c. 139 (1906) and Rules' -- subject(s): Canada, Canada. Supreme Court, Procedure (Law), Court rules 'The Supreme court of Canada' -- subject(s): Criminal procedure, Court rules, Appellate procedure, Civil procedure, Canada, Canada. Supreme Court, Great Britain. Privy Council. Judicial Committee, Great Britain 'The Supreme Court Act R.S., c. 139 (1906) practice and rules' -- subject(s): Canada, Canada. Supreme Court, Court rules, Criminal procedure, Appellate procedure, Civil procedure, Procedure (Law) 'Index of Canadian cases judicially noticed' -- subject(s): Law reports, digests, Annotations and citations (Law), Indexes
Asked in US Supreme Court
What authority does the supreme court over states?
Asked in Roman Empire, Ancient Rome, Dictatorship
What is the difference between a dictator and an emperor?
A dictator was a person in supreme authority under the republic. In other words it was a republican form of office. A dictator was supposed to have his authority for a limited time, generally six months, or less if his purpose was accomplished before that time. An emperor rules as a supreme authority with no time limit.
Asked in Government, Treaties
What is and alliance of independent states that has a very weak central or national government and gives the supreme authority to the states?
Asked in Ancient Religions
What is the role of the Queen of England in the protestant religion?
Asked in Canada
Who is the highest authority of power in Canada?
The Queen of England The highest authority of power (in practice) is the Supreme Court of Canada. For it is the only power capable of striking down municipal, provincial and federal legislation when it contravenes the Canadian Charter of Rights. Furthermore no government level has the power to undo any decision handed downby the Supreme Court.
Asked in History of the United States
Under the federal system the final authority is the?
What branch of government is the highest judicial authority?
Asked in US Supreme Court
How did the 14th Amendment increase the power of the Supreme Court?
Asked in US Constitution, US Government
What is the supreme law of the land having final authority over all else?