judicature system

/ˈdʒudəkətʃə sɪstəm/ (say 'joohduhkuhchuh sistuhm)

noun
the system established in England in 1873–5 and largely adopted in Australia and New Zealand, reorganising the courts of law and simplifying procedure.

Australian English dictionary. 2014.

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