What is CUSTOS PLACITORUM CORONAE?

In old English law. Keeper of the pleas of the crown. Bract fol. 146. Cowell supposes this office to have been the same with the custos rotulorum. But it seems rather to have been another name for “coroner.” Crabb, Eng. Law, 150; Bract, fol. IStii).

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