It is argued that the court's status as a general equity court with constitutionally vested jurisdiction has benefitted the legal system. The Delaware court of chancery is an example of an equity court that resolves complex disputes expeditiously and lets the litigants move on.
William T. Quillen,
Constitutional Equity and the Innovative Tradition,
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