writ of right

NOUN
  1. a writ ordering that land be restored to its rightful owner
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How To Use writ of right In A Sentence

  • -- _Spigornel_ (for Adam): 'Sir, according to the custom of the town, he is of age when he knows how to count up to twelve pence, and he shall answer in a writ of Right at that age; and inasmuch as he would answer in a writ of Right at that age, he shall warrant at that age, or shall counterplead, &c. The Customs of Old England
  • At the same time , early Writ of right allow the unpredictability of the lack of a more rational decision to make duel , plaintiff being at more disadvantage.
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