See also:Bordeaux, the jurats were members of the municipal
See also:body . The title was also
See also:borne by officials, corresponding to aldermen, in the Cinque Ports, but is now chiefly used as a title of
See also:office in the Channel Islands . There are two bodies, consisting each of twelve jurats, for Jersey and the bailiwick of
See also:Guernsey respectively . They are elected for
See also:life, in Jersey by the ratepayers, in Guernsey by the elective states . They
See also:form, with the
See also:bailiff as presiding
See also:judge, the royal
See also:court of
See also:justice, and are a constituent
See also:part of the legislative bodies . In
See also:law, the word jurat (juratum) is applied to that part of an affidavit which contains the names of the parties
See also:swearing the affidavit and the
See also:person before whom it was sworn, the date, place and other necessary particulars .
JEAN BAPTISTE EDMOND JURIEN DE LA GRAVIERE (1812-18...
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