church judicatory

church judicatory
An ecclesiastical court with judicial powers. A court of a church or religious society for the adjudication of questions relating to the faith and practice of the church over which legal or temporal tribunals do not have jurisdiction. 45 Am J1st Reli Soc § 40.

Ballentine's law dictionary. . 1998.

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