master in chancery

Definition of "master in chancery"
  1. A person appointed by a court of equity to assist with certain duties
How to use "master in chancery" in a sentence
  1. Due to the complexity of the case, a master in chancery was appointed to assist with the proceedings.
  2. To facilitate a fair resolution, the court proposed the appointment of a master in chancery.
  3. The court suggested bringing a master in chancery on board to handle the more controversial aspects of the case.

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