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Definition of Assizer

Assizer
Assizer As*siz"er, n. An officer who has the care or inspection of weights and measures, etc.

Meaning of Assizer from wikipedia

- The courts of ****ize, or ****izes (/əˈsaɪzɪz/), were periodic courts held around England and Wales until 1972, when together with the quarter sessions they...
- The ****ize of Clarendon was an act of Henry II of England in 1166 that began a transformation of English law and led to trial by jury in common law countries...
- The Grand ****ize (or ****ize of Windsor) was a legal instrument set up in 1179 by King Henry II of England, to allow tenants to transfer disputes over...
- A Clerk of ****ize was a clerk of the ****ize Courts of England and Wales, a position which existed from at least 1285 to 1971, when the Courts Act 1971...
- The Manchester ****ize Courts was a building housing law courts on Great Ducie Street in the Strangeways district of Manchester, England. It was 279 ft...
- The ****ize of Arms of 1181 was a proclamation of King Henry II of England concerning the obligation of all freemen of England to possess and bear arms...
- A French cour d'****ises, or ****ize Court, is a criminal trial court with original and appellate limited jurisdiction to hear cases involving defendants...
- "The short ****ize" (French court ****ize = "short sitting") is H. J. R. Murray's name for a chess variant that was pla**** in medieval Europe. It was somewhat...
- In English law, the ****ize of novel disseisin ("recent dispossession"; /dɪsˈsiːzɪn/) was an action to recover lands of which the plaintiff had been disseised...
- ****ize is a word sometimes used in Scots law to mean a trial by jury. "Glossary". Judiciary of Scotland. Retrieved 21 November 2013. v t e...
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