Supreme Court of Judicature

Definition of "Supreme Court of Judicature"
  1. The leading legal institution in England and Wales, comprising the High Court of Justice and the Court of Appeal
How to use "Supreme Court of Judicature" in a sentence
  1. The Supreme Court of Judicature has jurisdiction over all civil and criminal cases in England and Wales.
  2. A case that is not satisfactorily resolved in the lower courts may be appealed to the Supreme Court of Judicature.
  3. The Supreme Court of Judicature is responsible for interpreting laws and delivering justice in England and Wales.

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