Statute of Circumspecte Agatis
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Ballentine's law dictionary. Anderson, W.S.. 1998.
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Circumspecte Agatis — The Statute of Circumspecte Agatis (Latin: Statutū Circumspecte Agatis), or Circumspecte Agatis, was an English statute issued in 1285 by King Edward I. It defines the jurisdictions of Church and State, forcing church courts to confine themselves … Wikipedia
Circumspecte Agatis — ♦ First word of a writ of 1286, later regarded as a statute, which defined some boundaries between ecclesiastical and secular jurisdiction. (Heath, Peter. Church and Realm, 1272 1461, 360) … Medieval glossary
circumspecte agatis — /sarkamspektiy ageytas/ The title of an English statute passed 13 Edw. I (1285) and so called from the initial words of it, the object of which was to ascertain the boundaries of ecclesiastical jurisdiction in some particulars, or, in other words … Black's law dictionary
Circumspecte Agatis — An English statute of an early period which conferred jurisdiction of suits for breach of faith upon the ecclesiastical courts. See 3 Bl Comm 52, note … Ballentine's law dictionary
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