praecipe


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praecipe

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precipe

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1. (Law) a written request, addressed to a court, for a writ to be produced, specifying what the contents of the writ should be
2. (Law) a writ instructing that a given action be taken, or demanding a reason for failure to take the given action
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Other nonsensical documents may be entitled "Affidavit of Specific Negative Averment" or "Non-Statutory Abatement: Notice of Default, Default Judgment, and Praecipe.
attorney stated that one of his duties was to issue a praecipe (an order
In his Commentaries on the Laws of England dealing with 'Private Wrongs' the celebrated eighteenth-century legal historian William Blackstone discusses writs which 'are either optional or peremptory; or, in the language of our law, a praecipe, or a si te fecerit securum?
The praecipe is a designation by the parties, filed with the
Similarly, client and counsel often need more time to work out payment arrangements than was available under the 60-day deadline for filing a praecipe and petition under subsection 508(c)(5).
Samples of Virginia's Praecipe Requesting Registration of Foreign Judgment and Affidavit of Name and Address to Register Foreign Judgment appear on the following page.
However, the clerk's docket shows that a praecipe, the precursor to the notice of appeal, was filed on July 16, and the notice of appeal was filed on July 31.
Is there a lawyer alive today who didn't at some time in law school hear the question, "Do you know what a praecipe is?
The new public act also amends section 508(c)(5) to provide for tolling the deadline for filing a final fee petition or praecipe for a fee hearing if a motion under section 2-1203 of the Code of Civil Procedure or a notice of appeal is filed.
In other litigation, actions are commenced by filing a complaint or a praecipe seeking a writ of summons, but lien claims can be commenced by filing a complaint or an amicable action agreement.