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The courts of assize, or assizes (/əˈsaɪzɪz/), were periodic courts held around England and Wales until 1972, when together with the quarter sessions they were abolished by the Courts Act 1971 and replaced by a single permanent Crown Court. The assizes exercised both civil and criminal jurisdiction, though most of their work was on the criminal side. The assizes heard the most serious cases, which were committed to it by the quarter sessions (local county courts held four times per year), while the more minor offences were dealt with summarily by justices of the peace in petty sessions (also known as magistrates' courts).

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  • 어사이즈
  • Ассизы
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  • Assize es una voz inglesa que representa el documento legislativo originado a partir de la Curia regis, que, en 1179, sustrajo a la justicia feudal de gran parte de sus prerrogativas. En Inglaterra dio a conocer el éxito de las reglas del derecho no escrito, sancionadas por la costumbre y la jurisprudencia de los tribunales (common law).
  • Les Assizes ou Courts of Assize étaient des cours criminelles tenues périodiquement en Angleterre et au Pays de Galles jusqu'en 1972. Elles furent abolies avec les par le et remplacées par une seule, et permanente, (littéralement, « Cour de la Couronne »). Les Assizes entendaient les cas les plus sérieux, référés par les Quarter Sessions (des cours de comtés tenues quatre fois par année), alors que les offenses mineures étaient entendues par les Justices of the Peace lors de courtes sessions. * Portail du droit * Portail du Royaume-Uni
  • Ассизы (позднелат. assisae — заседания) — собрание, заседание суда.
  • The courts of assize, or assizes (/əˈsaɪzɪz/), were periodic courts held around England and Wales until 1972, when together with the quarter sessions they were abolished by the Courts Act 1971 and replaced by a single permanent Crown Court. The assizes exercised both civil and criminal jurisdiction, though most of their work was on the criminal side. The assizes heard the most serious cases, which were committed to it by the quarter sessions (local county courts held four times per year), while the more minor offences were dealt with summarily by justices of the peace in petty sessions (also known as magistrates' courts).
  • Асизи (англ. Assizes — у середньовічній Англії — назва деяких актів короля, а також назва особливих видів позовів, виїзних сесій судів.Виїзні сесії в Англії та Уельсі скасовані Законом про суди 1971 року й замінені одним постійним Королівським судом. У сучасній Англії Асизи - виїзні сесії Суду королівської лави. У тому ж значенні, як виїзний суд, який би розглядав справи за участю присяжних, термін «Асизи» вживається і в сучасній Франції
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