CONSTITUTIONAL COURT

constitutional court. 1. A court named or described and expressly protected in a constitution; esp., ARTICLE III COURT. 2. A court whose jurisdiction is solely or primarily over claims that legislation (and sometimes executive action) is inconsistent with a nation’s constitution. • Germany, for example, has state constitutional courts and a Federal Constitutional Court. Black’s Law 8th Edition


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