The Court of Inquisition was created by Grand Vicar Rhobair in the Year of God 899 to replace the abolished office of Grand Inquisitor of the Church of God Awaiting.

It was composed of three vicars drawn from the Orders of Langhorne, Bédard, and Pasquale. The Order of Schueler was specifically barred from having a seat.

The Grand Vicar himself would formulate policy for the Inquisition, an appointed adjutant would administer it, and the Court would determine who had violated fundamental doctrine. Any conviction for heresy could be appealed to the Council of Vicars, and the Punishment of Schueler could only be inflicted after the sentence had been confirmed by a majority of the entire vicarate as well as the Grand Vicar. (AST)