High-court-of-justice



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an English court formed in 1873 from several superior courts and consisting of a court of original jurisdiction (High Court of Justice) and an appellate court (Court of Appeal)
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(in England and Wales) one of the two divisions of the Supreme Court of Judicature See also Court of Appeal
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(in England) a court formed in 1873 by the amalgamation of several superior courts into two divisions, the High Court of Justice and the Court of Appeal

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