Prerogative Court

Prerogative Court of the archbishop is, in Roman Catholic countries where the Church is granted extraordinary privileges, a court of that ecclesiastic wherein all testaments are proved and all administrations granted, when a party dying within the province has bona notabilia in some other diocese than where he dies; and is so called from having a prerogative throughout his whole province for the said purposes.

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