Definition of court of record in English:

court of record

Syllabification: court of rec·ord

noun

A court whose proceedings are recorded and available as evidence of fact.
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  • But, your Honours, when one goes to examine the theory as put by his Honour that because, take this case, the Federal Court is a superior court of record, certiorari will not lie.
  • I mean, if you become more specific and say it does not authorise the grant of certiorari to a superior court of record in circumstances where the parties have not appealed, you may be on better ground.
  • In any event, it is an undisturbed order of a superior court of record, the Federal Court, and it is valid.

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