County Seat

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A county seat is the administrative seat of a county in the United States and Canada . A county seat is usually located in a centrally located courthouse , where the county court is also located (corresponds to the district court ). In contrast to the Austrian or German approach, the respective location does not automatically become the district capital.

The term county town is used in Great Britain and Ireland .

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