The Jews living in the Ottoman Empire sometimes used qadi courts to settle disputes. Ithaca: Cornell University Press. The qadi was given the responsibility for total administrative, judicial and fiscal control over a territory or a town. The Quazi can hear the cases anywhere and anytime he wants. Shari'a justice developed along lines comparable to what happened to the organization of secular justice: greater bureaucratization, more precise legal circumscription of jurisdiction, and the creation of a hierarchy. Throughout the century, Jewish litigants and witnesses participated in Muslim court proceedings when it was expedient, or when cited to do so.
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