judicature definition

  • noun:
    • management of justice.
    • the career, function, or authority of a judge.
    • The jurisdiction of a law judge or judge.
    • A court or system of process of law of law.
    • The management of justice by judges and process of law.
    • The position or standing of a judge.
    • The jurisdiction of a court.
    • A court, or any other set up that conducts judicial business.
    • something of such courts.
    • their state or occupation of the employed in the administration of justice; additionally, the dispensing or management of justice.
    • A court of justice; a judicatory.
    • the proper of judicial activity; jurisdiction; degree jurisdiction of a judge or courtroom.
    • The power of administering justice by legal trial and determination; judicial expert.
    • A court of justice; a judicatory.
    • Legality; lawfulness, as constituted by statute or enactment.
    • Extent of jurisdiction of a judge or judge.
    • the machine of legislation courts that administer justice and constitute the judicial part of government
    • the work of meting out justice according to the legislation
    • an assembly (including a number of judges) to perform judicial business
    • the career of judge

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