L. Lat. The court will advise; the court will consider. A phrase frequently found in the reports, signifying the resolution of the court to suspend judgment in a cause, after the argument, until they have deliberated upon the question, as where there is a new or difficult point involved. It is commonly abbreviated to cur. adv. vult, or c. a., v. Curia cancellariae officina justitiae. 2 Inst 552. The court of chancery is the workshop of justice.