accedas ad curiam

/aeksiydas aed kyuriysm/
(Lat. That you go to court.) An original writ out of chancery directed to the sheriff, for the purpose of removing a replevin suit from a Court Baron or a hundred court to one of the superior courts of law. It directs the sheriff to go to the lower court, and enroll the proceedings and send up the record. 3 Bl.Comm. 34

Black's law dictionary. . 1990.

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  • accedas ad curiam — äˈkādəˌsädˈk(y)u̇rēˌäm noun Etymology: Medieval Latin, literally, that you go to the court in English legal practice : a common law writ to remove a cause from an inferior court not of record to a higher court …   Useful english dictionary

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