court of record


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court of record

n. pl. courts of record
A court that records its proceedings, which cannot be impeached with collateral evidence.

court′ of rec′ord


n.
a court whose proceedings and judgments are kept on permanent record.
[1755–65]
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Section 3 of the Customary Court of Appeal Law 2008, states the court shall be a superior court of record to which appeals from Customary Courts shall lie in civil proceedings,' Ajimobi said.
Information dating back to the 16th century has been uncovered from Stratford's old Court of Record - including the debt problems of William Shakespeare's father, John.