The hall, chamber, or place, where justice is administered.
The persons officially assembled under authority of law, at the appropriate time and place, for the administration of justice; an official assembly, legally met together for the transaction of judicial business; a judge or judges sitting for the hearing or trial of causes.
A tribunal established for the administration of justice.
The judge or judges; as distinguished from the counsel or jury, or both.
The session of a judicial assembly.
A body in government to which the administration of justice is delegated.
an agency of the judicial branch of government, authorized or established by statute or constitution, having one or more judicial officers on its staff. A court has the authority to decide upon controversies in law and disputed matters of fact brought before it.
In the context of law and the legal world a court is a place where justice is practices and legal proceeding are conducted.
the Supreme Court of British Columbia
Any location where justice is administered and legal proceedings take place can be a court. "Family Court" is the court having jurisdiction over divorce and family law issues.
The venue in which trials are heard and judgments rendered. The word "court" is also often used as a synonym for the "judge."
The place Petitioner goes to get the order AND the person--either a Judge or Court Commissioner--who signs the order which grants help to the Petitioner Refers to any Municipal, District or Superior Court.
The institution for reviewing, approving, and enforcing agreements, and for resolving disputes, if no agreement is possible. Also used to refer to the judge or master handling a particular case, as in the phrase, "The court denied the motion."
en banc. The Delaware Supreme Court en banc consists of a quorum of the Court, which means all five Justices. If a Justice has conflict of interest, a former Justice or an active State Judge will be assigned to complete a quorum.
an assembly (including one or more judges) to conduct judicial business
a constitutional monstrosity that threatens the reputation of the judiciary
an institution that the government sets up to settle disputes through a legal process
an official agency of government empowered to resolve disputes
an official, public forum which a public power establishes by lawful authority to adjudicate disputes, and to dispense civil, labor, administrative and criminal justice under the law
an official, public forum which is established by the lawful authority of a public power for the adjudication of disputes, and dispense civil, labour, administrative and criminal justice under the law
a problem (unwilling judges, partisan conflict, excessive overhead, high volume, etc
a very special set of Judges chosen for just this purpose
an agency of government authorized to resolve legal disputes. Judges and lawyers sometimes use the term court to refer to the judge, as in "the court has read the pleadings."
Body with judicial powers.
An agency of the judicial branch of the government, which has the constitutional authority to decide questions of law and disputes brought before it.
A court or judge having jurisdiction in any matter arising out of the mortgage.
This can have several meanings. It may mean the Judge or a registrar who makes a decision about an application. It may also mean the place where applications and other documents must be filed for court proceedings and where court hearings take place (that is, the courthouse).
Refers to a specific court, such as The Supreme Court of Pennsylvania, or may also refer to a judge.
1 a judicial tribunal; 2 the seat of a judicial tribunal.
1. Place where justice is administered. 2. Judge or judges sitting on the court administering justice.
of Oyer and Terminer = A special county court separate from courts held by justices of the peace. The literal meaning was "to hear and determine". This was the court that had jurisdiction over trials of slaves for capital offenses.
A tribunal constituted and present at the time and place fixed by law for judicial investigation and determination of controversies.
A judge or group of judges whose job is to hear cases and carry out justice. Or, a courthouse or courtroom.
Government entity authorized to resolve legal disputes. Judges sometimes use "court" to refer to themselves in the third person, as in "the court has read the briefs."
A legally created tribunal empowered to adjudicate cases at law and/or equity.
The place where a trial is held or another way of referring to the judge.
A session of an official body that has authority to try criminals, resolve disputes or make other legal decisions.
A place where justice is administered.
the gathering of people around the monarch, which usually included the royal family, important officials, and members of important families
Any court or tribunal which has legal jurisdiction to make decisions about the application of the credit code. This includes State Credit Tribunals, Commercial Tribunals, Small Claims Tribunals and the Supreme Court of a state or territory.
A court is a public forum used by a power base to adjudicate disputes and dispense civil, labour, administrative and criminal justice under its laws. In common law and civil law states, courts are the central means for dispute resolution, and it is generally understood that all persons have an ability to bring their claims before a court. Similarly, those accused of a crime have the right to present their defense before a court.