The word Greffe refers to the records kept by the Greffier or the department of government under the Greffier's management.
The Judicial Greffier is the clerk or Registrar of the Royal Court and the other courts of the Island. The Greffier also carries out some of the administrative functions of the Royal Court, for example registering doctors. Currently the role of Judicial Greffier and the role of Viscount (executive officer of the Royal Court) is held jointly by one person.
The greffiers are responsible for the records of the courts. A judicial document is not valid without a greffier's signature. They also have responsibility for evidence.
- Greffier at Wiktionary
- Greffe at Wiktionary
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