Court-of-cassation meaning

(law) In many legal systems, the highest court of appeal.
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Origin of court-of-cassation

  • Calque of French cour de cassation, from cour (“court”) + de (“of”) + cassation, from the verb casser (“to break”), indicating the power of such a court to quash the ruling of the court below.

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