Admiralty court

Admiralty court,

Definition of Admiralty court:

  1. In the U.S., any court that is hearing a maritime case is an admiralty court for the duration of that case.

  2. Court having jurisdiction over maritime financial and regulatory issues. See also admiralty law.

  3. An admiralty court is a tribunal with jurisdiction over maritime law, including cases regarding shipping, ocean, and sea laws. Historically, admiralty courts were a separate part of the court system. In modern times, these cases may be assigned within the regular court system, usually at the federal or Superior Court level.

How to use Admiralty court in a sentence?

  1. An admiralty court hears a wide range of cases related to maritime law.
  2. In the U.S., any federal court may be designated an admiralty court for the purposes of the case under consideration.
  3. Cases heard in admiralty court are generally civil, not criminal.

Meaning of Admiralty court & Admiralty court Definition