Judicial officer

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A judicial officer is a person with the responsibilities and powers to facilitate, arbitrate, preside over, and make decisions and directions in regard to the application of the law.wikipedia
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Justice of the peace

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Judicial officers are typically categorized as judges, magistrates, puisne judicial officers such as justices of the peace or officers of courts of limited jurisdiction; and notaries public and commissioners of oaths.
A Justice of the peace (JP) is a judicial officer of a lower or puisne court, elected or appointed by means of a commission (letters patent) to keep the peace.

Magistrate

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Judicial officers are typically categorized as judges, magistrates, puisne judicial officers such as justices of the peace or officers of courts of limited jurisdiction; and notaries public and commissioners of oaths. In the United States the judicial branch include judges, magistrates, foreclosure referees and arbitrators. In Sri Lanka, Judicial officers refer to District judges and Magistrates.
In Sri Lanka, a magistrate is a Judicial Officer appointed to preside over a Magistrates' Court to a particular jurisdiction under the Judicature Act No 02 of 1978.

Foreclosure

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In the United States the judicial branch include judges, magistrates, foreclosure referees and arbitrators.
A judicial officer supervises the sale and executes the legal papers and deed, if any.

Law

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A judicial officer is a person with the responsibilities and powers to facilitate, arbitrate, preside over, and make decisions and directions in regard to the application of the law.

Judge

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Judicial officers are typically categorized as judges, magistrates, puisne judicial officers such as justices of the peace or officers of courts of limited jurisdiction; and notaries public and commissioners of oaths. In the United States the judicial branch include judges, magistrates, foreclosure referees and arbitrators. In Sri Lanka, Judicial officers refer to District judges and Magistrates.

Puisne

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Judicial officers are typically categorized as judges, magistrates, puisne judicial officers such as justices of the peace or officers of courts of limited jurisdiction; and notaries public and commissioners of oaths.

Limited jurisdiction

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Judicial officers are typically categorized as judges, magistrates, puisne judicial officers such as justices of the peace or officers of courts of limited jurisdiction; and notaries public and commissioners of oaths.

Notary public

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Judicial officers are typically categorized as judges, magistrates, puisne judicial officers such as justices of the peace or officers of courts of limited jurisdiction; and notaries public and commissioners of oaths.

Jurisdiction

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The powers of judicial officers vary and are usually limited to a certain jurisdiction.

Kuwait

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In Kuwait, Judicial Officers are sworn law enforcement agents with the capacity to enforce the law within their speciality, an example would be The Environment Public Authority's environmental Judicial Officers, which function, effectively, as an Environmental judicial police force that enforces the country's environmental law.

Oath

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In Kuwait, Judicial Officers are sworn law enforcement agents with the capacity to enforce the law within their speciality, an example would be The Environment Public Authority's environmental Judicial Officers, which function, effectively, as an Environmental judicial police force that enforces the country's environmental law.

Law enforcement

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In Kuwait, Judicial Officers are sworn law enforcement agents with the capacity to enforce the law within their speciality, an example would be The Environment Public Authority's environmental Judicial Officers, which function, effectively, as an Environmental judicial police force that enforces the country's environmental law.

Environment Public Authority

In Kuwait, Judicial Officers are sworn law enforcement agents with the capacity to enforce the law within their speciality, an example would be The Environment Public Authority's environmental Judicial Officers, which function, effectively, as an Environmental judicial police force that enforces the country's environmental law.

Sri Lanka

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In Sri Lanka, Judicial officers refer to District judges and Magistrates.

Judicial Service Commission (Sri Lanka)

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They are appointed by the Judicial Service Commission.

United States

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In the United States the judicial branch include judges, magistrates, foreclosure referees and arbitrators.

Arbitral tribunal

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In the United States the judicial branch include judges, magistrates, foreclosure referees and arbitrators.

Judge Advocate General

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A Judge Advocate General is a principal judicial officer for a military branch or the armed forces at large, typically the most senior judge advocate.

Judge Advocate of New South Wales

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The Judge Advocate of New South Wales, also referred to as the Deputy Judge Advocate was a ranking judicial officer in the Colony of New South Wales until the abolition of the role in 1823.

Pradeep Kumar Dubey

Pradeep Kumar Dubey is a Judicial officer and the Chief secretary of Uttar Pradesh Legislative Assembly.

Robert John Sholl

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Between 1865 and 1881, Sholl was the most senior government official and only judicial officer in North West Australia between the Murchison River and Timor Sea – a jurisdiction known at the time as the North District.

County judge

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In most cases, such as in Northern Ireland and the Victorian County Courts, a county judge is a judicial officer with civil or criminal jurisdiction.

Promiscuous Judge

A Promiscuous Judge (Juez Promiscuo) is a judicial officer in Colombia who administers both civil and criminal law.

Judge advocate

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A judge advocate is an officer of the court or judicial officer, usually associated with the armed forces.

High Court (Hong Kong)

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A person who has practised for at least 10 years as a barrister, advocate, solicitor or judicial officer in Hong Kong or another common law jurisdiction is eligible to be appointed as a High Court Judge or Recorder.