(74) Again, the Court of Exchequer was the traditional forum in
Court of Exchequer. (88) But while the vice-admiralty courts were highly
involving railroad or stagecoach passengers, the Court of Exchequer
The judges of the Court of Exchequer
were called barons, out of a presumed necessity from a provision in Magna Carta.
Evolving within the Exchequer Department during the Middle Ages for the purpose of settling legal disputes over the royal revenue, the High Court of Exchequer
also began to hear common law disputes between private parties when relevant to the collection of those royal revenues.