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The rural areas of Sweden were divided into judicial administrative areas called Domsagor that were made up of one or more härads or tingslags. In every Domsaga there was a district judge who also acted as chairman in the respective Domsaga or Domsagor that belong to the Häradsrätterna.<br>  
 
The rural areas of Sweden were divided into judicial administrative areas called Domsagor that were made up of one or more härads or tingslags. In every Domsaga there was a district judge who also acted as chairman in the respective Domsaga or Domsagor that belong to the Häradsrätterna.<br>  
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Sveriges Släktforskarförbund Wiki Community., "Domsaga". <u>Wiki-Rötter</u>, January 2011. http://www.genealogi.se/wiki/index.php/Domsaga <br>  
 
Sveriges Släktforskarförbund Wiki Community., "Domsaga". <u>Wiki-Rötter</u>, January 2011. http://www.genealogi.se/wiki/index.php/Domsaga <br>  
  
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The rural areas of Sweden were divided into judicial administrative areas called Domsagor that were made up of one or more härads or tingslags. In every Domsaga there was a district judge who also acted as chairman in the respective Domsaga or Domsagor that belong to the Häradsrätterna.

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  • Historically the Domsaga was an appellate court. It was a level above the tingslag or härad court.

References

Sveriges Släktforskarförbund Wiki Community., "Domsaga". Wiki-Rötter, January 2011. http://www.genealogi.se/wiki/index.php/Domsaga


 

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