The power of a Magistrate to apply for the issue of a commission generally depends on the legal system and the specific laws of the jurisdiction in question. However, I can provide you with a general understanding of the concept.A commission is a formal written order issued by a court or a judicial authority that authorizes a person or a group of people (usually referred to as commissioners) to perform certain tasks on behalf of the court. The tasks typically include taking evidence, recording statements, or carrying out inspections.In many legal systems, including common law jurisdictions, Magistrates have the power to apply for the issue of a commission. This power is often granted to assist in the gathering of evidence or conducting inquiries in a case. By applying for a commission, the Magistrate seeks permission from the court to appoint commissioners and empower them to perform specific tasks that would aid in the administration of justice.The application for a commission is usually made by filing a formal written request with the court, outlining the purpose and necessity of the commission. The court then evaluates the application and decides whether to grant or deny it based on the circumstances of the case and the applicable legal provisions.It’s important to note that the specific rules and procedures regarding the issuance of commissions can vary between jurisdictions. Therefore, it’s always advisable to consult the relevant laws and rules of the specific jurisdiction to understand the precise powers and procedures applicable to Magistrates in that jurisdiction.