Administrative Order Appointing a Registrar of the Court

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Administrative Order Appointing a Registrar of the Court

WHEREAS, a vacancy exists in the office of Registrar of the Court of Justice;

NOW, THEREFORE, pursuant to authority granted in Article 5, Section 2 of the Civil Service Act,

IT IS ORDERED that Member State Ramelia, an active Member of the Bar in good standing and not otherwise disqualified by said Act, is HEREBY APPOINTED the Registrar of the Court of Justice, said appointment to become effective immediately and during the pleasure of the Chancellor.

 that during the continuance of the said Ramelia in office, they shall be authorized, empowered, and commanded to exercise and perform all and singular the powers and directions contained in the applicable laws of the Social Liberal Union and orders of this Court now in effect or which may hereafter come into effect.

IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that all others whom these presents may concern do take notice hereof and govern themselves accordingly, especially with respect to the establishment of a new point of contact concerning the filing, processing, archival, transmittal, and adjudication of court documents and cases within the Court of Justice.

IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that only a Chancellor duly elected by the Open Parliament may appoint or dismiss the Registrar of the Court of Justice, and as a statutory civil servant, their tenure shall remain unaffected by vacancy or incapacity in the office of Chancellor or Founder. Provided, the Registrar and all other officers of the Court so concerned shall render reasonable aid or advice to a duly-appointed special judge as if though they were the Chancellor, but a special judge is not authorized by law to issue, revise, or revoke the general standing orders of this Court.

FOR THE COURT and done on 21 July 2020 by:
Anaaxes, Chancellor
(This post was last modified: 07-25-2020, 08:29 AM by Anaaxes.)

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