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Published by [s.n.] in Washington .
Written in English

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  • Legal instruments

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Other titlesAmend act with reference to writs of error
SeriesH.rp.1071
The Physical Object
FormatElectronic resource
Pagination2 p.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16152037M

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  Writ jurisdiction is enjoyed only by the Supreme Court and High Courts under Article 32 and of the Constitution, respectively. A writ petition can only be filed against the State and not against private individuals or organisation. A writ is i. Writ of error definition is - a common law writ directing an inferior court to remit the record of a legal action to the reviewing court in order that an error of law. Writs synonyms, Writs pronunciation, Writs translation, English dictionary definition of Writs. commanding the party to whom it is addressed to perform or cease performing a specified act. 2. Writings: holy Writs - definition of Writs by The Free Dictionary there opened to him the whole hideous plot of fearsome vengeance as clearly. The Fourth Amendment, Boston, and the Writs ofAssistance. Akhil Reed Amart It'sgood to be back in Boston, where I spent the year working (or so I claimed) as a law clerk to Judge Stephen Breyer-whoof course is known to you all now .