In the quo warranto
case, the court merely denied the petition.
35) Theoretically, federal courts can issue writs of quo warranto
against corporate officers, but a court must have subject matter jurisdiction to do so.
Halliday's discussion of Charles's successful use of quo warranto
to force surrender of Worcester and London's charters is among the most judicious to appear.
At the end of the day, whether it be via the impeachment process or the quo warranto
proceeding, politics will still decide the outcome.
The dictionary defines quo warranto
as an English writ formerly requiring officials to show by what authority they exercise a public office, franchise or liberty.
The quo warranto
case is the best option for the country, an expeditious way to protect the integrity of the Supreme Court and restore its former dignity.
The Court has directed Ser no to answer the quo warranto
petition within 10 days.
I strongly urge the Senate Electoral Tribunal to expedite its hearings and immediately come out with a decision on the quo warranto
petition against 2016 presidential aspirant Senator Poe," Drilon said.
He said that the learned Single Judge in Chambers had no jurisdiction to issue directions suo moto in the nature of quo warranto
without a formal petition before him.
The petition for writ of quo warranto
to remove the justices from the ballot and an alternative request to prevent tabulating votes in their merit retention races was filed after 4 p.
Since much has been penned about the requisite showings to secure relief in certiorari, mandamus, prohibition, habeas corpus, quo warranto
(or "all writs"), we will not recapitulate those excellent sources.
The government's chief lawyer Solicitor General Jose Calida is also contesting the legality of her 2012 appointment as chief magistrate through a quo warranto