He therefore organised his ordinary council into a great court, which became known as the Curia Regis, or king's court.
The court of chancery is also an offshoot of the Curia Regis.
In 1234, the justiciar as the principal royal executive officers and chief presiding officer over the Curia Regis ended.
The high court is not a Curia Regis, but a curia baronum, in which the theory of judicium parium is fully realized.
The great importance of this royal iter consists in its bearing on the evolution of the Curia Regis.
Hunc in Curia Regis Henrici libellum raptim annotavi schedulis.
The old Curia Regis consisted of the king, hiz grand justiciary, the officers of hiz palace and his barons.
Besides royal issues, the Curia Regis heard appeals from lower court decisions.
In a Curia Regis, held at Lismore, he imagined he had arranged temporal affairs.
This Court, or Curia Regis as it was called, met at different times and in divers places.