writ de apostata capiendo

See de apostata capiendo.

Ballentine's law dictionary. . 1998.

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  • Apostata capiendo — was an old English writ against an individual. It prescribed the arrest of a person, who having entered and professed some religious order (such as a monk), broke from his cloister, contrary to the rules of his order.References*1728… …   Wikipedia

  • apostata capiendo — /aepasteyta kaepiyendow/ An obsolete English writ which issued against an apostate, or one who had violated the rules of his religious order. It was addressed to the sheriff, and commanded him to deliver the defendant into the custody of the… …   Black's law dictionary

  • apostata capiendo — A writ for the seizure of an apostate …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • de apostata capiendo — /diy aeposteyta kaepiyendow/ Breve. Writ for taking an apostate. A writ which anciently lay against one who, having entered and professed some order of religion, left it and wandered up and down the country, contrary to the rules of his order,… …   Black's law dictionary

  • de apostata capiendo — For taking an apostate,–an old English writ for the arrest of a religious officer who had abandoned his post …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • Ayel — In law, ayel, also known as ayle, aiel, or de avo, is a writ where a grandfather, being seized on his demesne on the day of his death, a stranger enters the same day, and dispossesses the rightful heir, the grandchild. The writ allowed the… …   Wikipedia

  • Chartis reddendis — A chartis reddendis was an ancient writ, which lays against one who had charters of feoffment entrusted to his keeping, and who refused to deliver them to the owner. See also Advocatione decimarum Apostata capiendo Ayel References  This… …   Wikipedia

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