capitalis justiciarius

capitalis justiciarius
The chief justice.

Ballentine's law dictionary. . 1998.

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  • capitalis justiciarius — /kaepateybs jastishiyeriyas/ The chief justiciary; the principal minister of state, and guardian of the realm in the king s absence. This office originated under William the Conqueror; but its power was greatly diminished by Magna Charta, and… …   Black's law dictionary

  • capitalis justiciarius — /kaepateybs jastishiyeriyas/ The chief justiciary; the principal minister of state, and guardian of the realm in the king s absence. This office originated under William the Conqueror; but its power was greatly diminished by Magna Charta, and… …   Black's law dictionary

  • capitalis justiciarius ad placita coram rege tenenda — /kaepateybs jastishiyeriyas aed plaesata koram riyjiy tanenda/ Chief justice for holding pleas before the king. The title of the chief justice of the king s bench, first assumed in the latter part of the reign of Henry III …   Black's law dictionary

  • capitalis justiciarius banci — /kaepateylas jastishiyeriyas beensay/ Chief justice of the bench. The title of the chief justice of the (now) court of common pleas, first mentioned in the first year of Edward I …   Black's law dictionary

  • capitalis justiciarius totius Angliae — /kaepateybs jastishiyeriyas towshiyas aerjgliyiy/ Chief justice of all England. The title of the presiding justice in the court of aula regis. 3 Bl.Comm. 38 …   Black's law dictionary

  • capitalis justiciarius ad placita coram rege tenenda — /kaepateybs jastishiyeriyas aed plaesata koram riyjiy tanenda/ Chief justice for holding pleas before the king. The title of the chief justice of the king s bench, first assumed in the latter part of the reign of Henry III …   Black's law dictionary

  • capitalis justiciarius banci — /kaepateylas jastishiyeriyas beensay/ Chief justice of the bench. The title of the chief justice of the (now) court of common pleas, first mentioned in the first year of Edward I …   Black's law dictionary

  • capitalis justiciarius totius Angliae — /kaepateybs jastishiyeriyas towshiyas aerjgliyiy/ Chief justice of all England. The title of the presiding justice in the court of aula regis. 3 Bl.Comm. 38 …   Black's law dictionary

  • capitalis justiciarius banci — Chief justice of the bench …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • capitalis justiciarius totius Angliae — The chief justiciar of all England, a special magistrate who presided over the aula regia, was the principal minister of state and guardian of the realm in the absence of the king. His great power was considerably weakened by Magna Charta and was …   Ballentine's law dictionary

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