From King Dictionary of Contemporary Englishjudicatureju‧di‧ca‧ture /ˈdʒuːdəkətʃə $ -ər/ noun the judicature
Examples from the Corpus
judicatureThe effect of the Judicature Acts Now, what have the judicature Acts 1873 and 1875 done?The passage of the judicature Act tempted some people to think that damages might now be obtained for innocent misrepresentation.
Origin judicature (1500-1600) Medieval Latin judicatura, from Latin judicare; JUDGE2