courts of record
http://www.legislation.gov.uk/ukpga/201 ... 17/enacted
(2)The county court is to be a court of record and have a seal.”
http://www.legislation.gov.uk/ukpga/201 ... view=plain
The new section A1(2) provides for the single county court to be a court of record with a seal. This again mirrors the position for the individual county courts at present (each of which is in its own right a court of record with its own seal), but on a national basis for the single court, with a single seal.
the explanatory notes are very interesting as they say that county courts, at present, are a court of record.
might be a nice little addition to any paperwork as it dissolves queries about legitimacy. use Blacks Law 4th ed not the 5th
obviously the facists are reigning in control over individual courts but still have to allow for a court of record. this is the statutory court of administration but never-the-less a court of record it is stated.