judicature

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Noun[edit]

judicature (plural judicatures)

  1. The administration of justice by judges and courts.
  2. The position or status of a judge.
  3. The jurisdiction of a court.
  4. A court, or other assembly that conducts judicial business.
  5. A system of such courts.

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