What is a praecipe?

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Praecipe is any of various legal writs commanding a person to do something or to appear and show
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prae·ci·pe
[pree-suh-pee, pres-uh-]
NOUN [LAW.]
1.
any of various legal writs commanding a defendant to do something or to appear and show why it should not be done.
2.
a written order addressed to the clerk of the court requesting that a writ be issued and specifying its contents.
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praecipe (or spelled precipe) - A written order directing the issurance of a. specified writ. writ- a written order, under seal, issued by a court, and commanding the. person to whom
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precipice for getting a divorce? you can get divorced for anything.
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It means the mortgage company is dropping the case, reserving the right to refile at a later time.
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