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Court of Requests

A local tribunal, sometimes called Court of Consience, founded by act of Parliament to facilitate the recovery of small debts from any inhabitant or trader in the district defined by the act; - now mostly abolished
A court of equity for the relief of such persons as addressed the sovereign by supplication; - now abolished. It was inferior to the Court of Chancery.
- Brande & C.

See also: Request Request

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-- Court of Requests --
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