writ

written order 
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writ

[n] - (law) a legal document issued by a court or judicial officer
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Writ

royal letter conveying orders and information in a summary form.
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Writ

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writ

In law, a document issued by a court requiring performance of certain actions. These include a writ of delivery (for the seizure of goods), writ of execution (enforcement of a judgement), writ of...
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Writ

A command from the Courts
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Writ

The High Court commands, by document, the commencement of proceedings.
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Writ

Writ obsolete 3d pers. sing. present of Write , for writeth . Chaucer.
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Writ

Writ archaic imperfect & past participle of Write . Dryden.
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Writ

Writ noun [ Anglo-Saxon writ , ge writ . See Write .] 1. That which is written; writing; scripture; -- applied especially to the Scriptures, or the books of the Old and New testaments; as, sacred writ . 'Though in Holy Writ not named.' Milton. «...
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writ

judicial writ noun (law) a legal document issued by a court or judicial officer
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Writ

• (obs.) 3d pers. sing. pres. of Write, for writeth. • (Archaic imp. & p. p.) of Write • imp. & p. p. of Write. • (n.) That which is written; writing; scripture; -- applied especially to the Scriptures, or the books of the Old and New testaments; as, sacred writ. • (n.) An instrument in writing, under seal, in an epistol......
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writ

in common law, order issued by a court in the name of a sovereign authority requiring the performance of a specific act. The most common modern ... [6 related articles]
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writ

writ, in law, written order issued in the name of the sovereign or the state in connection with a judicial or an administrative proceeding. Usually the writ requires the person to whom the command is issued to report at a fixed time (the return day) with proof of compliance or a justification for di...
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Writ

A judicial order. A formal written command, issued from the court, requiring the performance of a specific act. A mandatory precept issued by the authority, and in the name of the sovereign or the state, for the purpose of compelling the defendant to do something therein mentioned. It is issued by a court or other competent jurisdiction, and is r.....
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Writ

(n) A writ is the written order issued by a judge usually before the proclamation of judgment or ruling , directing a person or entity to perform certain act or abstain from doing certain acts till such pendency of the writ.
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Writ

A writ is an order issued by a court. A writ of summons is an order by which an action in the High Court is started. It commands the defendant to appear before the court to answer the claim made in the writ by the plaintiff. It is used in actions in tort, claims alleging fraud, and claims for damages in respect of personal injuries, death, or infri...
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writ

In law, a document issued by a court requiring performance of certain actions
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WRIT

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Writ

[website] Writ is a legal commentary website on the topic of the law of the United States hosted by FindLaw. Writ publishes at least one new column by one of its regular columnists every business day, and frequently posts a second column by a guest columnist. The regular columnists are all notable attorneys; almost all are law professors, m...
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Writ

In common law, a writ is a formal written order issued by a body with administrative or judicial jurisdiction; in modern usage, this body is generally a court. Warrants, prerogative writs and subpoenas are common types of writs but there are many others. ==English law== ===History=== Originally, a writ became necessary, in most cases, to have a ca...
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writ

Written command issued by a court or other authority
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writ

an order issuing from a court of justice and requiring the performance of a specified act, or giving authority and commission to have it done
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Writ

A written court order to do or refrain from doing something.
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writ

Judicial order directing a person to do something.
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