The design of the proposed development would marry the old building to the new and all entertaining would be done in the chancery .
I went to the opening of the new chancery and was told the upper floors were to be rented out as private offices.
So there is also a kind of trial by media that is taking place before there is a trial by law: the adversarial culture of American law meets the stonewalling culture of the chancery office.
Overwhelmed by circuit and chancery court lawsuits against the enterprise, he liquidated the company's assets and departed in 1886.
The police authorities promptly sent plainclothesmen to guard and protect the chancery and the residence of the Indonesian ambassador.
The premises of a foreign chancery or embassy are not outside the territory to which the criminal law, otherwise operating in this Territory, applies.
Elsewhere, equity and chancery courts handled the proceedings, as did colonial and state legislative bodies.
The survival of chancery records from 1199 onwards permits historians to look, for the first time, into the daily routine of the king's government at work.
Gift said work began on the repairs and refurbishment of the chancery in September 2003 and on the repairs of the residence in January 2004.
The king possessed the chancery , and then the exchequer too: they were becoming busier and busier.