(formerly in England) a court to hear civil cases between common citizens.
(in some U.S. states) a court with general civil jurisdiction.
(English law) (formerly) a superior court exercising jurisdiction in civil actions between private citizens
(US, law) (in some states) a court exercising original and general jurisdiction
noun, Law. 1. a court, usually with a limited jurisdiction, that handles legal cases involving a family, especially controversies between parent and child or between the marriage partners.
noun, Law. 1. a court having jurisdiction in equity or administering justice in accordance with the principles of equity.
noun 1. (def 2c). [eks-chek-er, iks-chek-er] /ˈɛks tʃɛk ər, ɪksˈtʃɛk ər/ noun 1. a treasury, as of a state or nation. 2. 3. Informal. one’s financial resources; funds: I’d love to go, but the exchequer is a bit low. noun 1. (formerly) an English civil court where Crown revenue cases were tried Also called Exchequer […]
noun 1. a body, especially a military one, convened to hear complaints relating to personal honor. 2. Philately. a noncompetitive exhibit of outstanding stamps forming part of a large exhibition. noun 1. the planning body of a girl-scout troop, composed of patrol leaders, the troop scribe, the troop treasurer, and the adult troop leader. 2. […]