COURT OF ATTACHMENTS

COURT OF ATTACHMENTS

Court of Attachments. Hist. An inferior forest court with jurisdiction over trespasses of the royal forests. ? The judges of this court (the verderers) met every 40 days to hear charges made by the royal foresters. Major trespass cases were heard by the justices in eyre. ¡ª Also termed wood-mote; forty-days court. See VERDERER.
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