de procedendo ad judicium

de procedendo ad judicium
/diy pro(w)s3dendow id juwdish(iy)am/ An old English writ proceeding out of chancery and ordering the judges of any court to proceed to judgment. 3 Bl.Comm. 109

Black's law dictionary. . 1990.

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  • procedendo ad judicium — A remedy under early English common law and chancery practice to compel an inferior tribunal to proceed to judgment in a given case where the judge of such court was delaying the proceeding, but without directing any particular judgment. Re Press …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • de procedendo ad judicium — /diy pro(w)s3dendow id juwdish(iy)am/ An old English writ proceeding out of chancery and ordering the judges of any court to proceed to judgment. 3 Bl.Comm. 109 …   Black's law dictionary

  • procedendo — /prowsadendow/ Action wherein court of superior jurisdiction orders court of inferior jurisdiction to proceed to judgment, but has no bearing on nature of judgment to be entered. State ex rel. Jacobs v. Municipal Court of Franklin County, 26 Ohio …   Black's law dictionary

  • Procedendo — In common law jurisprudence, procedendo is one of the prerogative writs. It is a writ that sends a case from an appellate court to a lower court with an order to proceed to judgment. The writ of procedendo is merely an order from a court of… …   Wikipedia

  • writ of procedendo — See procedendo; procedendo ad judicium; procedendo de loquela …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • pro|ce|den|do — «PROH suh DEHN doh», noun, plural dos. Law. a writ of a superior court commanding a subordinate court to proceed to judgment. ╂[< Latin prōcēdendo (ad jūdicium) (literally) proceeding (to judgment)] …   Useful english dictionary

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