Definition of Magistratical. Meaning of Magistratical. Synonyms of Magistratical

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Definition of Magistratical

Magistratical
Magistratic Mag`is*trat"ic, Magistratical Mag`is*trat"ic*al, a. Of, pertaining to, or proceeding from, a magistrate; having the authority of a magistrate. --Jer. Taylor.

Meaning of Magistratical from wikipedia

- The term magistrate is used in a variety of systems of governments and laws to refer to a civilian officer who administers the law. In ancient Rome, a...
- A District Magistrate, is an officer who is in-charge of a district, the basic unit of administration, in India. They are also known as District Collector...
- proceedings. Magistrates' court (England and Wales) Magistrate's Court of Jersey Magistrates' court (Hong Kong) Magistrate's courts of Israel Magistrate's court...
- The Magistrate may refer to: The Magistrate (play), an 1885 farce by Arthur Wing Pinero The Magistrate (1921 film), a silent British film adaptation The...
- Courts of Judicial Magistrate of First class are at the second lowest level of the Criminal Court structure in India. According to the Section 11 of the...
- County magistrate (simplified Chinese: 县令; traditional Chinese: 縣令; pinyin: xiànlìng or simplified Chinese: 县长; traditional Chinese: 縣長; pinyin: xiànzhǎng)...
- justices of the peace or magistrates. These magistrates were termed "lay magistrates" to differentiate them from stipendary magistrates (now district judges)...
- The doctrine of the lesser magistrate is a concept in Protestant thought. A lesser magistrate is a ruler such as a prince who is under a greater ruler...
- magistrates were elected officials in Ancient Rome. During the period of the Roman Kingdom, the King of Rome was the prin****l executive magistrate....
- sub-divisional magistrate. Completion of this probation is followed by an executive administrative role in a district as a district magistrate and collector...