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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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Ms Saville Roberts said there was speculation that the government had not moved the writ because they
Karapatan and at least two other groups earlier asked the Supreme Court to issue the two writs after a military official began accusing some groups of having links or legal fronts of the communist rebels.
Later PHC asked ECP and PM Imran Khan to submit their replies on the writ petition with three weeks.
Upon the filing of the petition, the court, justice or judge shall immediately order the issuance of the writ if on its face it ought to issue.
The court, as a result, set aside the application and granted that Manasseh should, this time round, be served through substitution means, in order for the writ of summons to be posted in front of the Multimedia Group premises and social media platforms.
A writ of garnishment imposes a lien on all property in the hands of the bank that belongs to the judgment debtor at the time of service until the return date of the writ.
Writ in Water takes its name from the inscription on poet John Keats' gravestone, which reads: "Here lies one whose name was writ in water."
It should be noted that some time back, Supreme Court of Pakistan in its judgment has declared the Urdu as national language and all proceedings to be carried out in Urdu which will be a golden opportunity for the plaintiff to understand the cases technically and legally says Shafeeq Awan while talking to newsmen after filing his writ and appeals.
The writ, issued by Mr Mohammed on behalf of his son, seeks compensation, which could run into millions of pounds, from Leicestershire Partnership NHS Trust.
appellate system and writ application process, and then compares
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ONE of the ways that a judgment debt can be collected is through a writ of sale of the immovable property registered in the name of the debtor.