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The Royal Courts of Justice London aerial photo

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aerial photograph of The Royal Courts of Justice with the Thomas Moore Building at the top of the photo , home of the Intellectual Property Enterprise Court. ( IPEC ) This is where cases involving Copyright Infringement are heard.Situated on the Strand, London WC2A 2LL, the Building houses the High Court and the Court of Apeal. It was opened by Queen Victoria in 1882 and was designed by George Edmund Street.

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