Extraordinary Writ

Extraordinary Writ

Extraordinary Writ Legal Definition

A writ, often issued by an appellate court, making available remedies not regularly within the powers of lower courts. They include writs of habeas corpus, mandamus, prohibition and quo warranto.

Meaning of Extraordinary Writ in Spanish

Description/ translation of extraordinary writ into Spanish: (SUG) orden especial, mandamiento especial (puede ser de mandamus, de prohibition o de habeas corpus)[1]

Note: for more information on related terms and on the area of law where extraordinary writ belongs (criminal procedure law), in Spanish, see here.

Notes and References

  1. Translation of Extraordinary Writ published by Antonio Peñaranda





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