Summary Jurisdiction Act, 1857

Superior Court to determine the questions on the case.

6. The Court to which a case is transmitted under this Act shall hear and determine the question or questions of law arising thereon, and shall thereupon reverse, affirm, or amend the determination in respect of which the case has been stated, or remit the matter to the justice or justices, with the opinion of the Court thereon, or may make such other order in relation to the matter, and may make such orders as to costs, as to the Court may seem fit; and all such orders shall be final and conclusive on all parties: Provided always, that no justice or justices of the peace, who shall state and deliver a case in pursuance of this Act, shall be liable to any costs in respect or by reason of such appeal against his or their determination.