Master of the Supreme Court
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The Masters of the Supreme Court deal with interlocutory matters (see: Interlocutory) in the Chancery and Queen's Bench Divisions of the High Court (see: Court system of England). Masters of the Queen's Bench division are typically barristers, while those of the Chancery Division are usually solicitors. In both cases, they must be lawyers of at least 10 years' service. There are also 'Taxing Masters' who deal with issues relating to the charging and collection of Court costs.