High Court

High Court

High Court usually refers to the superior court (or supreme court) of a country or state. In some countries it is the highest court (e.g. Australia) and in others it is lower in the hierarchy of courts (e.g. in England & Wales).

Articles on High Courts of various countries (alphabetical by country):

*High Court of Australia
*Supreme Court of Bangladesh (composed of High court division and Appellate division)
*Royal High Court of Bhutan
*Court of High Commission (ecclesiastical court in England)
*High Court (Fiji)
*High Court (Germany)
*High Court (Guyana)
*High Court (Hong Kong)
*High Courts of India, several courts
*High Court (Ireland)
*High Court (Isle of Man)
*Supreme Court of Israel (serves as an Appellate court and as the High Court of Justice)
*High Courts of Japan
*High Court of Lesotho
*High Courts of Malaysia
*High Court of Morocco
*High Court (Myanmar)
*High Court of New Zealand
*High Courts of Nigeria
*High Courts of Pakistan, several courts
*High Court of Cassation and Justice (Romania)
*High Court of Singapore
*High Court of South Africa
*High Courts of Spain, several courts
*High Court (Sweden)
*High Court of Trinidad & Tobago
*High Court (Uganda)
*High Court of Justice (United Kingdom: England and Wales)
*High Court of Justiciary (United Kingdom: Scotland)

ee also

*Supreme court
*The High Court, an American rock band

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  • High Court — n 1: a court of last resort in the U.S.; esp: supreme court 2 cap: high court of justice Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law …   Law dictionary

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  • high court — ► NOUN 1) a supreme court of justice. 2) (in full High Court of Justice) (in England and Wales) the court of unlimited civil jurisdiction forming part of the Supreme Court. 3) (in full High Court of Justiciary) the supreme criminal court of… …   English terms dictionary

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  • High Court —   [ haɪ kɔːt], High Court of Justice [ ɔv dʒʌstɪs], in angelsächsischen Ländern oder Ländern mit angelsächsisch beeinflussten Rechtssystemen Berufungsinstanzgericht, z. B. in Großbritannien (England und Wales) …   Universal-Lexikon

  • High Court — High Courts N COUNT: usu sing In England and Wales, the High Court is a court of law which deals with very serious or important cases …   English dictionary

  • High Court — n [C usually singular] a court of law that is at a higher level than ordinary courts and that can be asked to change the decisions of a lower court …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • High Court — High′ Court′ n. 1) cvb Supreme Court 2) a superior court …   From formal English to slang

  • High Court — /haɪ ˈkɔt/ (say huy kawt) noun 1. High Court of Australia, the highest court in Australia, established under the Commonwealth Constitution to act as a court of first instance, especially in determining matters arising under the Constitution or… …  

  • High Court — Als High Court wird bezeichnet: High Court (Irland) High Court of Justice (England und Wales) High Court (Namibia) High Court (Hongkong) Diese Seite ist eine Begriffsklärung zur Unterscheidun …   Deutsch Wikipedia

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