de warrantia diei


de warrantia diei
A writ of warranty of day, under which a man might save himself from suffering a default by reason of his absence in the service of the king.

Ballentine's law dictionary. . 1998.

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  • warrantia diei — See de warrantia diei …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • warrantia diei — /wohrabnsh(iy)a dayiyay/ A writ which lay for a man who, having had a day assigned him personally to appear in court in any action in which he was sued, was in the meantime, by commandment, employed in the king s service, so that he could not… …   Black's law dictionary

  • de warrantia diei — /diy worensh(iy)s dayiyay/ A writ that lay where a man had a day in any action to appear in proper person, and the king at that day, or before, employed him in some service, so that he could not appear at the day in court. It was directed to the… …   Black's law dictionary

  • de warrantia diei — /diy worensh(iy)s dayiyay/ A writ that lay where a man had a day in any action to appear in proper person, and the king at that day, or before, employed him in some service, so that he could not appear at the day in court. It was directed to the… …   Black's law dictionary


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