What is the definition of Court of record?

Also found in: Dictionary, Wikipedia . COURT OF RECORD. At common law, any jurisdiction which has the power to fine and imprison, is a court of record. Salk. 200; Bac. Ab. Fines and Amercements, A. And courts which do not possess this power are not courts of record. The act of congress, to establish an uniform rule…
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