Visitors have all the rights of an executive, a legislator, and a judge. The three branches of government combine in a single person. If this law applies to prisons, judges can exert their powers as judges and as visitors to correct abuses in the prison system. This law then supplies a novel set of remedies to situations not covered by private nor public law.
This note takes issue with the Court's refusal to hear more cases. I take a historical approach by examining the case of Sutton's Hospital, which was heard by the English Exchequer Chamber. The case gives us a beautiful note on which to consider the Supreme Court's function in Canada.