Tabula Banalis

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The Tabula Banalis (Croatian: Banski stol) was the supreme court of Croatia. It was established in 1723 by Charles VI, ruler of the Habsburg Monarchy. 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 county courts (for counties (comitatus) of Croatia and Slavonia).

In 1850 it became the appellate court for all courts in Croatia and Slavonia, including the Land Court, later the Royal Court Table, Zagreb.

From 1862 the supreme court of the Kingdom of Croatia-Slavonia was the Table of Seven (Latin: Tabula Septemviralis, Croatian: Stol sedmorice).

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  • Dabinović, A. Hrvatska državna i pravna povijest : s reprodukcijama najvažnijih dokumenata i slikama. Zagreb : Matica hrvatska, 1940.
  • Beuc, Ivan. Povijest institucija državne vlasti Kraljevine Hrvatske, Slavonije i Dalmacije: pravnopovijesne studije. Zagreb : Pravni fakultet, Centar za stručno usavršavanje i suradnju s udruženim radom, 1985.
  • "Banski stol Kraljevina Dalmacije, Hrvatske i Slavonije" (in Croatian). Croatian State Archives. Retrieved 2012-04-11.