cognizable in courts of law

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  • common-law jurisdiction — Jurisdiction of a court to try and decide such cases as were cognizable by the courts of law under the English common law. The jurisdiction of those courts which exercise their judicial powers according to the course of the common law …   Black's law dictionary

  • common-law jurisdiction — Jurisdiction to try and decide cases which were cognizable by the courts of law under what is known as the common law of England. Re Dean, 83 Me 489, 22 A 385 …   Ballentine's law dictionary

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