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Definition of the noun advocation
What does advocation mean as a name of something?
noun - plural: advocations
- [archaic] The act of advocating or pleading.
- [British, legal] The right of presenting to a vacant benefice or living in the church.
- [Scotland, legal] The process of removing a cause from an inferior court to the supreme court.
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From June 1852 to December  ... by Scotland. High Court of Justiciary, Alexander Forbes Irvine, Charles Tennant Couper
Advocation is a known form of process, either by itself or in combination with suspension, for obtaining the judgment of the Court in causes depending before inferior Criminal Courts ; in the one case, during the course of the proceedings ; and ...
Advocation is a known process in this Court, either by itself, or in combination with suspension. But advocation is a proper process of review, whereas the question raised here is, whether an inferior judicatory is not threatening to overstcp the ...
With Observations Upon the Agreement Or Diversity Between Them and the Laws of England : After the General Method of the Viscount of Stair's Institutions by Lord Andrew MacDowall Bankton
ADVOCATION is an incident Action; and in civil cases a cause is by it craved to be removed to the court of scffion, to be discust by them, or remitth to the same inferior court, with instructions, or to other ...
Faculty Collection, 1807-1825 by Scotland. Court of Session
Advocation is a competent remedy where the party opposes ; Erskine, b. iii. tit. 8, sect. 60 ; and it cannot fail to be equally competent where a party, having similar interest, opposes. Advocation is not only competent on account of the iniquity or ...
The Criminal Law of Scotland (1892)
by Andrew Macbeth Anderson
Advocation is a common law mode of review. - (2.) Suspension, or Suspension and Liberation.
Practical notes on the Jurisdiction and Forms of Process in Civil Causes of the Sheriff Courts of Scotland. Second edition, with ... alterations and additions, etc (1868)
by John MACGLASHAN (Solicitor.), Hugh BARCLAY
Advocation is a proceeding by which ...
A Dictionary and Digest of the Law of Scotland, with Short Explanations of the Most Ordinary English Law Terms (1861)
by William Bell
Advocation is a form of process, the object of which is to remove a cause from an Inferior to the Supreme Court, in order that a judgment pronounced in the inferior court may be reviewed, ...
by Robert Bell, William Bell, Sir John Skene
ADVOCATION is one of the forms of process by which the decision of an inferior court may be brought under the review of the CouTt of Session. This is done by presenting a bill to the Lord Ordinary on the Bills, stating the circumstances of the ...
With Short Explanations of the Most Ordinary English Law Terms. To which is Added a Supplement, Containing an Analysis of the Court of Session Act, the Advocation and Suspension Act, the Diligence Act, and the Entail Excambion Act by William Bell
To which is Added a Supplement, Containing an Analysis of the Court of Session Act, the Advocation and Suspension Act, the Diligence Act, and the Entail Excambion Act ...
by Bryan A. Garner
advocacy; advocation. The first is the art or work of an advocate; the second was formerly ...
by Robert Bell, William Bell, George Watson
ADVOCATION, [to Court of Session, a form of process, formerly in use, by which a cause was removed from an inferior to the supreme court, in order that a judgment pronounced in the inferior ...
A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States of America, and of the Several States of the American Union (2004)
With References to the Civil and Other Systems of Foreign Law by John Bouvier
ADVOCATION, in the Scotch law.
A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States of America, and of the Several States of the American Union: With References to the Civil and other Systems of Foreign Law (1868)
By John Bouvier. I by John Bouvier
ADVOCATION 96 AFFIDAVIT functions, duty, or privilege of an advocate. Du Cange, Advocaiia. ADVOCATION. In Scotch Law. The removal of a cause from an inferior to a superior court by virtue of a writ or warrant issuing from the superior ...
by Bryan A. Garner
advocacy; ✳advocation. The first is the art or work of an advocate; the second was formerly ...
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Scrabble value of A1D2V4O1C3A1T1I1O1N1
The value of this 10-letter word is 16 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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