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principles of justice originally developed by the English chancellor. In Anglo-American jurisprudence equitable principles and remedies are distinguished from the older system that the common law courts evolved.
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A building or suite of rooms designed to house any of the following: a low court with special functions, archives, a secretarial, a chancellery.
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A building or suite of rooms designed to house any of the following: a lawcourt with special functions, archives, a secretariat, a chancellery.
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