Examples from the Web for court-leet
A feast following a court-leet or law-day, was called a leet-ale, or scot-ale, as ale is said to mean no more than a feast.
A court-leet and court-baron used to be held half-yearly, but both are now obsolete.
To be assessed by the court-leet in fact established his title.The Toilers of the Field|Richard Jefferies
Hock-day was usually set apart for a love-day, law-day, or court-leet.
In practice the chief members of the merchant guild would usually be also the chief members of the Court-leet.Oxford and its Story|Cecil Headlam