archdeacon's court


archdeacon's court
An English ecclesiastical court with jurisdiction in probate, administration and ecclesiastical matters within the archdeanery; and, later, in the twelfth century, acquiring a customary jurisdiction. An appeal lay from the archdeacon's court to the consistory court.

Ballentine's law dictionary. . 1998.

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