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High Court of Chancery

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Originally in offices in Chancery Lane, the six clerks of the King's High Court of Chancery moved into No 10 Stone Buildings when it was built for them in 1774 The six clerks were abolished in 1842.

The situation in 2007 is that the work of the High Court of Chancery was taken over by the Chancery Division, one of the three Divisions of the High Court of Justice which deals mainly with civil dispute.

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High Court of Chancery

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Chancery

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