/riyskript/ A written order from the court to the clerk, giving directions concerning the further disposition of a case. The written statement by an appellate court of its decision in a case, with the reasons therefor, sent down to the trial court. A short appellate opinion which does not bear the name of any justice.
At common law, a counterpart, duplicate, or copy.
In the civil law, a species of imperial constitutions, being the answers of the prince in individual cases, chiefly given in response to inquiries by parties in relation to litigated suits, or to inquiries by the judges, and which became rules for future litigated or doubtful legal questions. In canon law, a term including any form of apostolical letter emanating from the Pope. The answer of the Pope in writing

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