In practice. The holding of a court with full form, and before all the judges; as a sitting in banc. 3 Steph. Comm. 423. The holding of a court of nisi prius by one or more of the judges of a superior court. Instead of the ordinary nisi prius judge. 3 Steph. Comm. 422. Sittings after term. Sittings in bono after term were held by authority of the St. 1 & 2 Vict. c. 32. The courts were at liberty to transact business at their sittings as in term-time, but the custom was to dispose only of cases standing for argument or judgment. Wharton. Sittings in bank or bane. The sessions of a court, with the full bench present, for the purpose of determining matters of law argued before them. Sittings in camera. See CHAMBERS.