court of record

Definition of "court of record"
  1. A type of court where all actions, proceedings, and decisions are maintained as permanent records
How to use "court of record" in a sentence
  1. The court of record is responsible for keeping detailed accounts of all its actions.
  2. One must be careful while speaking in a court of record, as all proceedings are kept for future reference.
  3. The documents from the court of record are often used to review past judgments and other proceedings.

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