Abeldane Empire v Grand Duchy of Alexander, ex parte

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Abelden v Grand Duchy of Alexander
1st April 2018

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Full case nameAbeldane Empire v Grand Duchy of Alexander, ex parte
CitationsUnreported
Prior historyNone
Subsequent historyNone
Court membership
Justice Clark
Holding
The Grand Duchy of Alexander is prohibited from convening a court to try Michael Thomas Brazeau without first obtaining the leave of the Federal Supreme Court.
Laws applied
Constitution of Abelden

Abeldane Empire v Grand Duchy of Alexander, ex parte was a case before the Supreme Court of Abelden. The Attorney-General, Horatio Eden, sought an injunction to prevent the Grand Duke of Alexander from convening a court to try Alexandi citizen Michael Thomas Brazeau, on the grounds that Brazeau's right to a fair trial was likely to be prejudiced if the Grand Duke himself heard the case.

Justice Anthony Clark ordered that the Grand Duchy of Alexander could not convene such a tribunal without first obtaining the leave of the Supreme Court.