The county court manual: being a collection of the statutes relating to the practice, procedure and jurisdiction of the county courts of Nova Scotia

“County courts were first established in Nova Scotia by 37 Vict., c. 18 which was passed on the 7th of May, 1874, but did not go into operation until proclamation made by Lieutenant-Governor in Council (Acts 1874, c. 18, s. 57). Proclamation was made and the act came into force on the 21st of August, 1876.”

Bingay, George, and Nova Scotia. The County Court Manual: Being a Collection of the Statutes Relating to the Practice, Procedure And Jurisdiction of the County Courts of Nova Scotia With Notes, Etc.. Toronto: Carswell, 1891. https://hdl.handle.net/2027/hvd.hl4gui