court of equity

noun Law.
a court having jurisdiction in equity or administering justice in accordance with the principles of equity. Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2014.
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The court may enforce the same by execution, or in any way in which a court of
  equity may enforce its decrees.
King is in no position to seek relief from a court of equity.
If the appointment is by a court of equity, the receiver so appointed may be
  referred to as an equity receiver.
As a court of equity, this court is concerned with the substance of a
  transaction, not its form.
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