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Writ

A court order commanding that a party perform an action. For example, a writ may demand that a party make an appearance before the court, and may require that the party stop conducting an action that affects the matter at hand in the meantime. See also: Subpoena, Cease and desist.
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However, Alvarez stressed that if the President orders the suspension of the writ Congress will maintain its independence in assessing the need for such declaration.
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It is worth-mentioning here that Chairman PEMRA, council of complaints and complainant Shanila Skindar was made parties in the writ.
The writ further stated that the elected candidates should be stopped from administering the oath.
Before a writ will issue under the Act, every petitioner must answer two questions; (1) is the requested writ in aid of the court's jurisdiction; and (2) is the writ necessary and appropriate.
His decision on the writ can be and an appeal could freeze action on the case for months.
25) In contrast to a writ ad prosequendum, detainers are used by law enforcement officials independently of courts and, historically, have been observed only as a matter of interstate comity.
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1969), a criminal defendant in a state proceeding sought a writ of mandamus from the Fourth Circuit to "compel the Superior Court of Mecklenburg County, North Carolina, to furnish him, without cost, a transcript of a trial in that court in 1966 which resulted in his conviction of a criminal offense.
The writ petition is nothing but verbatim copy of a petition filed earlier in the Sindh High Court, Karachi by another person.
He added: "The writ is intended to bring Slab Murphy to court to hold him accountable for 30 years of terrorism and for helping to finance a terrorist campaign in the United Kingdom and Europe.