Definition : Court

Institution created under the law to rule upon the disputes of which it is seized in accordance with the applicable rule of law. The court also has, upon an application made before it, the mission to rule when the Law requires it and, even in the absence of a dispute, by reason of the nature of the case or the status of the persons.

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