diocesan courts

diocesan courts
In English law, the consistorial courts of each diocese, exercising general jurisdiction of all matters arising locally within their respective limits, with the exception of places subject to peculiar jurisdiction, and administering the other branches of the ecclesiastical law

Black's law dictionary. . 1990.

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