markmoot (mahrk-moot), n. Hist. An early English or Scottish court that held hearings on a territorial border (i.e., a march or mark) between counties, hundreds, or countries. ¡ª Also spelled markmote.
How do bilingual lawyers in China usually translate the term MARKMOOT?
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