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court /kɔ:t/ noun home yard court; judge; court sessioncourt of justice: courtat a court: at a trialto bring to court for trial: bring to court for trial palace (king); Goong; courtiers; adorationto hold a court: hold a court adorationthe court of the Tsars: palace of the Russian kingCourt of St James’s: court of the king (queen) of England (fitness, sports) court (tennis …) dead end street flirting, flirtingto pay one”s court to someone: flirt with someoneout of court lose the right to sue (figuratively) obsolete; no longer relevant; groundless transitive verb seek, seek, seekto court popular applause: seek to make the masses welcometo court someone”s support: enlist someone’s support flirt, flirt, confess, find out seductiveto court somebody into doing something: seduce someone to do something take, take, taketo court disaster: bring disasterto court death: take death; risk death
Area: court court main court main court main court courtouter courts outside seat of a court of justice of the Supreme Civil Court bankruptcy court: commercial courtbankruptcy court: bankruptcy court commercial court: commercial court tradecourt expert: court expertcourt of arbitrationcourt of proceedings quandistrict court: regional courtenvironment court: environmental courtindustrial court: industrial court (arbitration)industrial court: industrial courtjuvenile court: children’s court labor marine court: marine court marine court: naval court marine court: maritime courtmaritime court: maritime court ordinary court: common court ordinary court: common court the court: sale by order of the court sale order of the court: sale by order of the court of appeal court of appealsclerk of the court registrar (court)collective court action circuit court of bankruptcy court of bankruptcy court of cassation supreme court of appeal

Legal dictionary

Court: Court Competent authority to arbitrate legal disputes and enforce civil, criminal, administrative and matters related to the laws of the country/territory. + Supreme Court of Canada: Supreme Court of Canada – Canada’s highest court of jurisdiction and the highest court of appeal in the Canadian legal system. + Court of Appeal: Court of Appeal or Court of Appeal/Appeal – The highest court level in each province, where appeals review is heard from the provincial courts. + Superior Court of Justice: Provincial Court – The court in each province or territory is called by a number of different names such as Superior –Court of Justice, Supreme Court, and Court of Queen’s Bench. –Superior Court has the power to hear many cases, except for special cases that need to be tried in another court. The Superior Court handles most civil and criminal cases including divorce and money-related lawsuits.

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In Alberta, property disputes over $50,000 are heard by the Court of Queen’s Bench. –Court of Queen’s Bench handles criminal, family and civil cases, bankruptcy, real estate and adult benefits. In Alberta, appeals from the Provincial Court are heard in the Court of Queen’s Bench. + Family Court: –Some provinces consolidate family courts into one to handle all matters related to family law. In Alberta, the Court of Queen’s Bench and the Provincial Court- Family Division both hear cases involving family matters. Small Claims Court: –A civil division of the Provincial Court courts in Alberta, dealing with disputes involving payment, recovery or possession of personal property with the amount in dispute not exceeding $50,000. The rules and procedures in this court are quite simple and anyone can prepare their own file without a lawyer.

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Specialized Dictionary of Sports: Volleyball

Court

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