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Court Hirearchy in United England
There was no central court in England at the time of Norman Conquest in 1066. The law applied in the various courts was customary, varying from one locality to another and a small body of rules having its source in legislative enactments of the King. A large number of local courts existed in England.
England, during Anglo-Saxon period, was divided first, into Shires, each Shire having a Shire or County court. Shires were further divided into Hundreds. Each Hundred had a Hundred court. Finally each Hundred was divided into townships or Vills. Both Shire and Hundred had a sepa…
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