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Date: May 8th 1984 - May 8th 1984
Date: September 29th 1992 - September 29th 1992
Draft Wills and Successions (Jersey) Law 1993 (Appointed Day) Act 199 , lodged by the Legislation Committee
Date: August 3rd 1993 - August 3rd 1993
File relating to Standby Payments. Includes correspondence concerning: annual leave, standby allowances, child care, air traffic control, special standby payments, and bank holidays. Also includes a copy of the Jersey Civil Service Joint Council additional hours worked (overtime) agreement, papers regarding call out for civil servants, anatomical pathology, and environmental health, and a Committee Act
Date: 1982 - August 21st 2005
File relating to Succession Planning. Includes correspondence concerning the succession planning process. Also includes a Committee paper regarding succession planning in the public sector, Committee Acts, terms of reference, meeting minutes for the Chief Officers' Training and Development Group, and papers on career management and business/manpower planning
Date: April 19th 1994 - June 19th 1997
Charles Poingdestre's legal papers, includes cases concerning inheritance, passports of François Gautier, procurations, lists of contracts registered in the public registry, gift of movable effects by Philippe Baudains, lease of a house in St Saviour to Walter Nugent, list of contract registered by Poingdestre, case concerning the movable succession of Marie Le Vavsseur dit Durell, case between Jean Le Gallais and Clement Machon and case in which Jacques Amice Lempriere is fined.
Date: 1770 - 1779
Charles Poingdestre's legal papers, includes cases concerning inheritance, procurations appointing Poingdestre, cases concerning injuries to individuals, testament of Jeanne Renouf, case between the Procureurs du Bien Public and Reverend Thomas Syvret, Rector of St John, inventory of the movable goods of Marie Dumaresq widow of Thomas James Gruchy with a detailed list of household goods and furniture, list of voters for Thomas Anley, copy of the partage des héritages of Robert, Comte Granville, Vicomte Carteret, Lord Carteret, Baron of Hawnes and Seigneur of St Ouen, sale of the movable goods and effects of Thomas Haskar includes a detailed list of household goods, furniture and books with details of who purchased each piece and the price and case between Philippe Nicolle and the Constable of St Clement
Date: 1780 - 1789
Charles Poingdestre's legal papers, includes cases concerning inheritance, procurations appointing Poingdestre, partage des héritage of Marie de la Cour, Privy Council case between Charles Poingdestre as Procureur General and Pierre Mauger, testament of Marie Thoreau, succession of Charles Le Marinel, dower agreement of Anne Journeaux, judgement in the case between Jean Journeaux and Jean Amy, agreement concerning the establishment of a brickworks by Philippe de Carteret, Nicolas Le Quesne, Samuel Wright and Charles Poingdestre, testament of Louis Claude Goyon, Comte de Vaudurant, and dower agreements
Date: 1790 - 1799
Charles Poingdestre's legal papers, includes cases concerning partages and succession, case concerning the beating of a servant, Susanne Messervy, by Raulin Robin, cases of soldiers taking the oath of allegiance including Captain John Watson, Order in Council concerning the division of the movable estate of Daniel Valpy dit Janvrin, case concerning Amice La Cloche heir of George La Cloche his brother who was Seigneur of Longueville and Buisson, testament of Thomas Chevallier, cases concerning retrait and case concerning the movable succession of Hugh Houper.
Date: 1710 - 1760
Charles Poingdestre's legal papers, includes Order in Council concerning the appeal of George Houper in the matter of his late brother Hugh's property, cases concerning arrests relating to sale of merchandise, papers concerning the memorial of William Dumaresq, case of Jacques Filleul who is accused of demolishing part of La Hougue Bie, extracts concerning the donation made by parents to a fiancé, list of evidence in the case of the succession of the late Pierre Poingdestre and Order in Council concerning the petition of Philip Carteret and John Le Sbirrel relating to a case in the Royal Court of Joshua Le Quesne a butcher
Date: 1720 - 1729
Charles Poingdestre's legal papers, includes administration of the goods of Jean Le Montais, petition from Philippe Le Geyt, Guilleaume Dumaresq, Jean Le Hardy and Reverend François Payn concerning the recent violence carried out by a number of inhabitants, case concerning the succession of Elie Dumaresq and Marie de Lecq his wife, cases concerning retraits, cases in which death occurred within the 40 days after a sale, draft letter from Philippe Le Geyt to George Grenville concerning the building of a prison on the Island, the payment of the jailor and hangman and the shortage of corn in the Island, orders concerning the transport of grain and provisions to the Island and case concerning the picking of apples
Date: 1730 - 1739
Charles Poingdestre's legal papers, includes cases concerning succession of movable goods, cases concerning debts, case against Josue Poingdestre for insulting Philippe Le Geyt, Lieutenant Bailiff and Elie Dumaresq, Jurat, case concerning the partage of Edouard Gavey, case between Jacques Filleul and Philippe Bandinel, case of William Skandered, Soldier accused of stealing, curatelle of Judith Esnouf and case of Philip Maret accused of injuries against the Seigneur of St Ouen
Date: 1740 - 1749
Charles Poingdestre's legal papers, includes cases concerning inheritance, seigneurial rights, inheritance in the case of the Barbier family, case in the privy council between Aaron Gavey and Jean Gavey, order in council concerning the will of Mary Bartlett and the General Hospital with petition from St Helier to the States, order in council concerning the electors of the guardian of the children of Jean Roissier, list of fines due to the Court and copies of leases.
Date: 1750 - 1759
Charles Poingdestre's legal papers, includes cases concerning inheritance, witness statement from Philip Journeaulx, Doctor concerning the sale of beef by Richard Vallour, butcher to a vessel called the Pheasant in Bouley Bay, notebook of Jean Fleury, dower agreement of Elizabeth Chevallier, certificate of bad character for Christopher Wilkinson, inheritance in the La Gerche family, order in council concerning customs officers in Jersey, case between Marie Le Brun and Nicolas Le Quesne and draft will of Philip Grandin.
Date: 1750 - 1759
Inventory of the movable goods of the late Philippe Amy and account of his succession with Philippe Amy his eldest son
Date: April 25th 1887
Date: 1748 - 1753
Document showing three extracts from the Royal Court of Jersey relating to the collateral succession of Philippe Carter
Date: 1751 - 1753