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Chancery may refer to:
- Chancery (diplomacy), the building that houses a diplomatic mission, such as an embassy
- Chancery (medieval office), a medieval writing office
- Chancery (Scotland), legal office until 1928
- Chancery (village), in Ceredigion, Wales
- Diocesan chancery, which houses a diocese's curia
- Chancery hand, a name for multiple styles of historic writing
- Chancery of Apostolic Briefs, a former office of the Roman Curia
- Court of equity, also called a chancery court
- One of the Courts of Chancery
- Court of Chancery, the chief court of equity in England and Wales until its abolition in 1873
- A wrestling hold
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