Nibbs v Devonport City Council [2015] TASSC 34

Michael Nibbs contended so many different very common Australian pseudo legal themes in this case it is among my favourites, but I suppose the main point is the objection raised regarding judicial oath of office. Before the Promissory Oaths Act 2015, Magistrates and Justices were required to take and subscribe the judicial oath prescribed by the Promissory Oaths Act 1869. Section 7 required the oath to be tendered by the Clerk of the Executive Council and taken in the presence of … Continue reading Nibbs v Devonport City Council [2015] TASSC 34
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