A right or privilege exclusive to a particular individual or class
The right of the sovereign, which in British law is theoretically subject to no restriction
An advocate or supporter of (royal) prerogative.
A book of which the copyright is a prerogative of the crown.
A lawyer retained on behalf of the royal prerogative.
The court of an archbishop for the probate of wills.
A political group or party supporting established rights and prerogatives, particularly those of the Crown.
A writ issued by a court in special circumstances, as (in Britain) under the exercise of royal prerogative.
(In the UK) either of two ecclesiastical courts at Canterbury and York formerly responsible for the probate of wills involving property in more than one diocese
Copyright in official documents relating to the law and the Church, held to belong to the Crown.
The right and power of a sovereign, state president, or other supreme authority to commute a death sentence, to change the mode of execution, or to pardon an offender