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ECCLESIASTICAL BOARD
FINAL
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CHANCERY COURT
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ECCLESIASTICAL COURT
Review of Short Phrases and Links

    This Review contains major "Ecclesiastical Court"- related terms, short phrases and links grouped together in the form of Encyclopedia article.

Definitions

  1. Ecclesiastical court is a court set up to judge cases involving clerics.
  2. An ecclesiastical court (also called "Court Christian") is any of certain courts having jurisdiction mainly in spiritual or religious matters. (Web site)

Court Set

  1. Ecclesiastical court is a court set up to judge cases involving clerics.

Certain Courts

  1. An ecclesiastical court (also called "Court Christian") is any of certain courts having jurisdiction mainly in spiritual or religious matters. (Web site)

Ecclesiastical Board

  1. Up to the present day there is still in existence at Erfurt an ecclesiastical board with certain episcopal powers which is called the "Ecclesiastical Court". (Web site)

Final

  1. Strictly speaking, the deposition can be appealed at the ecclesiastical court, but, in modern practice, the bishop's decision is usually final. (Web site)

Type

  1. The consistory is a type of Ecclesiastical court. (Web site)

Judge

  1. Absent such delegation, other ecclesiastical court s, even the Roman Rota, are incompetent to judge a case against a cardinal.

England

  1. Appeals ran from every ecclesiastical court in England to the pope, and his decision was recognized by all as final. (Web site)

Diocese

  1. When the diocese realized that the judge in the ecclesiastical court was directing the prosecuting church attorney to turn copies of evidence over to Fr.
  2. For priests and deacons, initial trial is held by an ecclesiastical court established by the diocese in which the cleric is canonically resident.

Chancery Court

  1. The Chancery Court of York is an ecclesiastical court for the Province of York of the Church of England.

Consistory Court

  1. Loreen L. Giese, ed., London Consistory Court The consistory court is a type of ecclesiastical court, especially within the Church of England.
  2. The consistory court is a type of ecclesiastical court, especially within the Church of England. (Web site)

Ecclesiastical Court

  1. The Dean of Arches is the judge who sits at the Ecclesiastical court of the Archbishop of Canterbury in England.
  2. The Arches Court, presided over by the Dean of Arches is an ecclesiastical court of the Church of England covering the Province of Canterbury. (Web site)
  3. The Court of Ecclesiastical Causes Reserved, an ecclesiastical court, is an appellate court of the Church of England.

Categories

  1. Consistory Court
  2. Chancery Court
  3. United Kingdom > England > Kent > Canterbury
  4. Arches
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