COURT OF AUGMENTATIONS

COURT OF AUGMENTATIONS

Court of Augmentations. Hist. A court established in 1536 by Henry VIII to determine controversies arising from the royal policy of taking over property owned by monasteries. ? The court was merged into the Court of Ex-chequer in 1554.
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