See also:rule, especially one with regard to conduct or
See also:action, a moral rule or
See also:injunction, a
See also:maxim . Apart from this general use, the word was used, in
See also:law, of many orders in writing issuing from a
See also:court or other legal authority; it is now chiefly used of an
See also:order demanding the payment of
See also:money under a
See also:rate by poor law or other
See also:local authorities (see RATE) . The Latin
See also:form praecipe, i.e. enjoin, command, is used of the note of instructions delivered by a
See also:plaintiff or his
See also:solicitor to be filed by the officer of the court, giving the names of the plaintiff and
See also:defendant, the nature of the writ, &c . For the obsolete writ of praecipe quad reddat see WRIT .
PRECENTOR (Late Lat. praecentor, from praecipere, t...
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