(in England) an office of the Queen's Bench Division of the High Court that is responsible for administration and where actions are entered for trial
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How to use Crown Office in a sentence
It is attached to the duchy of Lancaster, a Crown Office, and retains the chancery court for the county palatine.
The sense of its charm may be said to have been born and bred in him, for he was born and spent his childhood in Crown Office Row.Memorials of Old London | Various
The information is filed in the Crown Office without the leave of the court.
On the day of the call Wilkes went to the Crown Office and demanded his writ, which was refused him by the deputy-clerk.London and the Kingdom - Volume III | Reginald R. Sharpe
We found him in the Temple, looking up, near Crown-office-row, at the house where he was born.The Works of Charles and Mary Lamb | Charles Lamb