Examples from the Web for judicature
He attracted attention in parliament by his speeches in 1872 in the debates on the Judicature Act.
La justice, in French, is the established term for judicature.Utilitarianism|John Stuart Mill
A constitution, therefore, is to a government what the laws made afterwards by that government are to a court of judicature.The Writings of Thomas Paine, Volume II|Thomas Paine
The posts of judicature being conferred upon none but men of probity and justice, good order is efectually maintained.
It was subject to such indignities that the man who had defied the Supreme Court of Judicature reached his seat in the theatre.Buried Alive: A Tale of These Days|Arnold Bennett
British Dictionary definitions for judicature
Word Origin and History for judicature
1520s, from Medieval Latin iudicatura, from iudicat-, past participle stem of Latin iudicare "to judge" (see judge (v.)).