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ACT XXI.]
627
GOVERNOR GENERAL IN COUNCIL.

NO. 2.

Form of Entry of Assignment of Copyright in any Book previously registered.

Date of Entry. Title of Book. Assigner of the Copyright. Assignee of the Copyright.
(Set out the Title of the Book and refer to the Page of the Registry Book in which the original Entry of the Copyright thereof is made.)


BOMBAY.—SUPREME COURT.

Act No. XXI. of 1847.

[Passed on the 18th December, 1847.

1. One Judge of Supreme Court may sit apart for despatch of Criminal business, at same time as other Judges are sitting, and proceedings of such single Judge to be valid.

2. Business which Court has power to transact in term, Court may transact out of term, and proceedings out of term to be valid, and all Rules and Orders as to judgment, &c., in term, shall be applicable to proceedings out of term, so as to give full effect to this Act.

An Act for the improvement of the Administration of Justice and despatch of Business in the Supreme Court of Judicature at Bombay.

I. It is hereby enacted, that from and after the passing of this Act, it shall be lawful for any one of the Judges of the Supreme Court of Judicature at Bombay, when occasion shall so require, to sit apart from the other Judges or Judge, as the case may be,of the same Court, for the despatch of the Criminal Business of the said Court, at the same time when the other Judges or Judge, as the case may be, of the said Court shall be sitting for the despatch of business in the said Supreme Court, and that all Proceedings whatever so had by and before such Judge, so sitting apart for the purpose aforesaid, shall be good, valid, and effectual

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