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1. The Court of Chancery grew and developed equitable principles and maxims.
2. The proceedings and practice of a court of chancery; equity.
3. The presiding judge of a court of chancery or equity in some states of the United States.
4. I think perhaps the Court of Chancery might have regretted that since.
5. In the fifteenth century, however, equity law and equity case law developed into an in dependent legal system and judiciary (Court of chancery)which competed with the ordinary common law courts.
6. The work of the old Court of Chancery forms the basis of the work done today by the Chancery Division.
7. However the case concerned the law of trusts, a part of the law of equity developed by the Court of Chancery over the centuries on the basis of justice, fairness and good conscience.
8. He was quite as much of a Rationalist as I am, but he died when I was three years old, and the Court of Chancery decided that I was to have the benefits of a Christian education.
9. The Cadbury takeover battle is a good example of how the UK's Takeover Code works at least as effectively as the Delaware Court of Chancery in deciding on mergers.
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