Tabula Banalis

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The Tabula Banalis (Croatian: Banski stol) was the supreme court of Croatia. It was established by Charles VI, Holy Roman Emperor in 1723. The court was presided over by the Ban of Croatia or by his deputy. For more important trials it was the first instance court, and served as the court of appeal for verdicts of the Comitatus of Hungary.

It ceased its activities in 1850 when it was replaced with the Land Court, later the Royal Court Table, Zagreb.

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  • Dabinović, A. Hrvatska državna i pravna povijest : s reprodukcijama najvažnijih dokumenata i slikama. Zagreb : Matica hrvatska, 1940.
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