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JUDICATURE

A term used to describe the judicial branch of government; the judiciary; or those connected with the court system.

Judicature refers to those officers who administer justice and keep the peace. It signifies a tribunal or court of justice.

The Judicature Acts of England are the laws that established the present court system in England.

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judicature

ju·di·ca·ture / ˈjoōdikəˌchoŏr; -ˌkāchər/ • n. the administration of justice. ∎  (the judicature) judges collectively; the judiciary. DERIVATIVES: ju·di·ca·to·ry / -kəˌtôrē/ adj.

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judicature

judicature action or office of a judge; body of judges. XVI. —medL. jūdicātūra, f. pp. stem of jūdicāre JUDGE; see -URE.

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Judicature

Judicature

a body of judges, 1593; the judges of a country collectively; legal tribunal collectively.

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