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 +A '''court''' is any person or institution, often as a [[government]] [[institution]], with the [[authority]] to [[Adjudication|adjudicate]] [[legal dispute]]s between [[Party (law)|parties]] and carry out the [[administration of justice]] in [[Civil law (common law)|civil]], [[Criminal law|criminal]], and [[Administrative law|administrative]] matters in accordance with the [[rule of law]].
 +==International Courts==
 +* [[International judicial institution]]
 +* [[International Criminal Court]]
 +* [[International Court of Arbitration]]
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 +==Types and organization of courts==
 +* [[Administrative court]]
 +* [[Constitutional court]]
 +* [[Court of Faculties]]
 +* [[Court of record]]
 +* [[Court-martial]]
 +* [[Courts of England and Wales]]
 +* [[Ecclesiastical court]]
 +* [[Equity court]]
 +* [[Family court]]
 +* [[High Court of Justiciary]]
 +* [[Revolutionary Tribunal]] ([[French Revolution]])
 +* [[Scots law|Scots Law]]
 +* [[Scottish Court Service]]
 +* [[Supreme court]]
 +==See also==
:''[[noble court]]'' :''[[noble court]]''
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A court is any person or institution, often as a government institution, with the authority to adjudicate legal disputes between parties and carry out the administration of justice in civil, criminal, and administrative matters in accordance with the rule of law.

International Courts

Types and organization of courts

See also

noble court




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