High Court of Justice


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High Court of Justice

n
(Law) (in England and Wales) one of the two divisions of the Supreme Court of Judicature. See also Court of Appeal
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Also, to add to the absurd humor of the situation, Judge Stephen, of the High Court of Justice, spoke the final word that compelled the telephone legally to be a telegraph, and sustained his opinion by a quotation from Webster's Dictionary, which was published twenty years before the telephone was invented.
Ramallah, May 13 (Petra) - Israeli Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, plans to advance a bill that would allow the Knesset and government ministers to ignore rulings of the High Court of Justice in administrative matters, according to Haaretz website.
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