clerk

  • 141 Clerk of the Crown in Chancery — See crown office in chancery …

    Black's law dictionary

  • 142 Clerk of the House of Commons — An officer of the English House of Commons appointed by the crown for life. He sits at the table below the chair of the Speaker of the House. He makes entries, remembrances, and journals of the things done and passed in the house. He signs all… …

    Black's law dictionary

  • 143 Clerk of the Market — In English law, the overseer or superintendent of a public market, with jurisdiction over weights and measures. In old English law, he was a quasi judicial officer, having power to settle controversies arising in the market between persons… …

    Black's law dictionary

  • 144 Clerk of the Parliaments — In England, one of the chief officers of the House of Lords. He is appointed by the Crown, by letters patent. On entering office he makes a declaration to make true entries and records of the things done and passed in the parliaments, and to keep …

    Black's law dictionary

  • 145 Clerk of the Peace — In English law, an officer whose duties are to officiate at sessions of the peace, to prepare indictments, and to record the proceedings of the justices, and to perform a number of special duties in connection with the affairs of the county.… …

    Black's law dictionary

  • 146 Clerk of the Privy Seal — In England, these officers attend the lord privy seal, or, in absence of the lord privy seal, the principal secretary of state. Their duty is to write and make out all things that are sent by warrant from the signet to the privy seal, and which… …

    Black's law dictionary

  • 147 Clerk of the Signet — An officer, in England, whose duty it is to attend on the king s principal secretary, who has the custody of the privy signet, as well for the purpose of sealing his majesty s private letters, as also grants which pass his majesty s hand by bill… …

    Black's law dictionary

  • 148 Clerk of the Table — An official of the British House of Commons who advises the speaker on all questions of order …

    Black's law dictionary

  • 149 Clerk of Assize — In English law, officers who officiated as associates on the circuits. They recorded all judicial proceedings done by the judges on the circuit …

    Black's law dictionary

  • 150 Clerk of Enrollments — In English law, the former chief officer of the English enrollment office (q.v.). He now forms part of the staff of the central office …

    Black's law dictionary

  • 151 Clerk of the Crown in Chancery — See crown office in chancery …

    Black's law dictionary

  • 152 Clerk of the House of Commons — An officer of the English House of Commons appointed by the crown for life. He sits at the table below the chair of the Speaker of the House. He makes entries, remembrances, and journals of the things done and passed in the house. He signs all… …

    Black's law dictionary

  • 153 Clerk of the Market — In English law, the overseer or superintendent of a public market, with jurisdiction over weights and measures. In old English law, he was a quasi judicial officer, having power to settle controversies arising in the market between persons… …

    Black's law dictionary

  • 154 Clerk of the Parliaments — In England, one of the chief officers of the House of Lords. He is appointed by the Crown, by letters patent. On entering office he makes a declaration to make true entries and records of the things done and passed in the parliaments, and to keep …

    Black's law dictionary

  • 155 Clerk of the Peace — In English law, an officer whose duties are to officiate at sessions of the peace, to prepare indictments, and to record the proceedings of the justices, and to perform a number of special duties in connection with the affairs of the county.… …

    Black's law dictionary

  • 156 Clerk of the Privy Seal — In England, these officers attend the lord privy seal, or, in absence of the lord privy seal, the principal secretary of state. Their duty is to write and make out all things that are sent by warrant from the signet to the privy seal, and which… …

    Black's law dictionary

  • 157 Clerk of the Signet — An officer, in England, whose duty it is to attend on the king s principal secretary, who has the custody of the privy signet, as well for the purpose of sealing his majesty s private letters, as also grants which pass his majesty s hand by bill… …

    Black's law dictionary

  • 158 Clerk of the Table — An official of the British House of Commons who advises the speaker on all questions of order …

    Black's law dictionary

  • 159 clerk of enrollments — At one time the chief officer of the English enrollment office …

    Ballentine's law dictionary

  • 160 Clerk of the House of Commons — An officer appointed by the crown who has the custody of the memorials and journals of the acts of the house of commons …

    Ballentine's law dictionary