assisa proroganda

assisa proroganda
/asayza prowrowgaenda/ An obsolete writ, which was directed to the judges assigned to take assizes, to stay proceedings, by reason of a party to them being employed in the king's business

Black's law dictionary. . 1990.

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  • assisa proroganda — A writ to stay proceedings where one of the parties to the action is engaged on the business of the king. See de assissa proroganda …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • de assisa proroganda — /diy asayza prowragaenda/ (Lat. For proroguing assise.) A writ to put off an assise, issuing to the justices, where one of the parties is engaged in the service of the king …   Black's law dictionary

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