bed of justice definition

  • noun:
    • A lit de justice.
    • the throne (F. lit sleep) occupied because of the master whenever sitting in another of their parliaments (judicial process of law); therefore, a session of a refractory parliament, from which the king ended up being present for the intended purpose of causing his decrees become signed up.
    • See under Bed.
    • A lit de justice.
    • the throne (F. illuminated sleep) occupied by the master whenever sitting in one of his parliaments (judicial process of law); for this reason, a session of a refractory parliament, at which the master had been present for the true purpose of causing their decrees become subscribed.
    • See under Sleep.
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