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Who is Lord, why lawyers call the judge as Lord ?

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Asked by jameel ahmed, 08 Feb '11 02:45 pm
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Not in ISLAMIC SYSTEM When only God is soveriegn of a state and Judge his slave
Answered by Ajeebdastan, 09 Feb '11 01:50 pm

 
  
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''New International Version (1984)
For the LORD is our judge, the LORD is our lawgiver, the LORD is our king; it is he who will save us.'' !!! and
**American Standard Version
For Jehovah is our judge, Jehovah is our lawgiver, Jehovah is our king; he will save us.''
In India, judges of the Supreme Court and the High Courts are addressed as 'Your Lordship'/'My Lord' and 'Your Ladyship'/'My Lady', a tradition directly attributable to England. However a resolution of the Bar Council of India calls upon lawyers not to address the judges as Lords/Ladies, they having nothing to with nobility in a constitutional democracy. Lawyers however continue to so address judges - partly out of entrenched habit and partly out of fear of falling in disfavour with them. Subordinate court judges (District, Magistrate, Munsif and Sub-judges) are addressed as 'Your Honour'.

* In Japan, judges are addressed simply as "Saibancho" (Chief judge) or "Saibankan" (Judge)
*MalaysiaIn Malaysia, judges of the ...more
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Answered by OBERoi, 08 Feb '11 03:05 pm

 
  
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Its practice since the British time because during pre-independence time Judiciary was under the control of LORDS in Britain and their Land Lords are also called as lords
Answered by sushil trivedi, 08 Feb '11 02:49 pm

 
  
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In India, judges of the Supreme Court and the High Courts are addressed as 'Your Lordship'/'My Lord' and 'Your Ladyship'/'My Lady', a tradition directly attributable to England. However a resolution of the Bar Council of India calls upon lawyers not to address the judges as Lords/Ladies, they having nothing to with nobility in a constitutional democracy. Lawyers however continue to so address judges - partly out of entrenched habit and partly out of fear of falling in disfavour with them. Subordinate court judges (District, Magistrate, Munsif and Sub-judges) are addressed as 'Your Honour'.

England and Wales
In the Courts of England and Wales judges of the higher courts (when sitting in a higher court) are addressed as "My Lord" or "My Lady" and referred to as "Your Lordship" or "Your Ladyship". Circuit Judges and Recorders are addressed as "Your Honour" and district judges and tribunal judges are addressed as "Sir/Madam".
Lay magistrates are sometimes still addressed as "Your Wors ...more
Answered by valobasa, 08 Feb '11 02:48 pm

 
  
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Sovereign
Answered by mohd yousuf, 07 Mar '11 02:54 pm

 
  
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