exigi facias


exigi facias
Same as exigent.

Ballentine's law dictionary. . 1998.

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  • exigi facias — exigent, exigi facias Exigent, /eksajant/ exigi facias /ekssjay feys(h)iyas/ L. Lat. In English practice, a judicial writ made use of in the process of outlawry, commanding the sheriff to demand the defendant (or cause him to be demanded, exigi… …   Black's law dictionary

  • exigi facias — exigent, exigi facias Exigent, /eksajant/ exigi facias /ekssjay feys(h)iyas/ L. Lat. In English practice, a judicial writ made use of in the process of outlawry, commanding the sheriff to demand the defendant (or cause him to be demanded, exigi… …   Black's law dictionary

  • exigi facias — |eksəˌgēˈfäkēˌäs noun Etymology: Medieval Latin, you should cause to be demanded : exigent I …   Useful english dictionary

  • exigent, exigi facias — Exigent, /eksajant/ exigi facias /ekssjay feys(h)iyas/ L. Lat. In English practice, a judicial writ made use of in the process of outlawry, commanding the sheriff to demand the defendant (or cause him to be demanded, exigi facial), from county… …   Black's law dictionary

  • exigent, exigi facias — Exigent, /eksajant/ exigi facias /ekssjay feys(h)iyas/ L. Lat. In English practice, a judicial writ made use of in the process of outlawry, commanding the sheriff to demand the defendant (or cause him to be demanded, exigi facial), from county… …   Black's law dictionary

  • writ of exigi facias — /rit av egzajay feysh(iy)as/ See exigent …   Black's law dictionary

  • facias — You do it; you cause. See exigi facias; extendi facias; fieri facias; levari facias; replegiari facias; scire facias; venire facias …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • exigent — exigent, exigi facias Exigent, /eksajant/ exigi facias /ekssjay feys(h)iyas/ L. Lat. In English practice, a judicial writ made use of in the process of outlawry, commanding the sheriff to demand the defendant (or cause him to be demanded, exigi… …   Black's law dictionary

  • exigent — exigent, exigi facias Exigent, /eksajant/ exigi facias /ekssjay feys(h)iyas/ L. Lat. In English practice, a judicial writ made use of in the process of outlawry, commanding the sheriff to demand the defendant (or cause him to be demanded, exigi… …   Black's law dictionary

  • writ — A written judicial order to perform a specified act, or giving authority to have it done, as in a writ of mandamus or certiorari, or as in an original writ for instituting an action at common law. A written court order or a judicial process,… …   Black's law dictionary


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