Article IV

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Article I Tribunals - Supreme Court Rulings Limiting The Power of Article I and Article IV Tribunals
... law, which is part of the federal judicial power according to Article III of the Constitution ... territorial court had four-year terms, not the lifetime appointments required by Article III of the Constitution ... solution was to declare that territorial courts were established under Article I of the constitution ...
Treaty Of Bucharest (1916) - Treaty
... treaty had two parts a political treaty (seven articles) and a military convention (seventeen articles) ... The exact borders stipulated by the treaty were those of prewar Romania (Article I) plus those it was allowed to annex from Austria-Hungary, up to a line of demarcation ... In article IV Romania also bound itself not to construct fortifications opposite of Belgrade, and to indemnify Serbs from Banat for their properties if they ...
Article I Tribunals - Article IV Tribunals - Congress Establishes Article III Court For Puerto Rico
... Before 1966, the United States District Court in Puerto Rico was an Article IV court. 764, which transformed the Article IV federal district court in Puerto Rico to an Article III Court ... This Act of Congress was not conducted pursuant to Article IV of the Constitution, the Territorial Clause, but rather under Article III ...
Constitution Of Alaska - Articles - Article IV: The Judiciary
... Article IV creates the Alaska Court System ... Article IV provides for Missouri Plan selection of judges ...

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