- acquietandis plegiis
- /akwayatandas pliyjiyss/A writ of justices, formerly lying for the surety against a creditor who refuses to acquit him after the debt has been satisfied
Black's law dictionary. HENRY CAMPBELL BLACK, M. A.. 1990.
Look at other dictionaries:
acquietandis plegiis — A writ by which a surety could compel a creditor to release him when the debt of the principal had been paid … Ballentine's law dictionary
plegiis acquietandis — /plejiyas akwayataendas/ A writ that anciently lay for a surety against him for whom he was surety, if he paid not the money at the day … Black's law dictionary
de plegiis acquietandis — /diy pliyjiyas skwayataendas/ Writ for acquitting or releasing pledges. A writ that lay for a surety, against him for whom he had become surety for the payment of a certain sum of money at a certain day, where the latter had not paid the money at … Black's law dictionary
de plegiis acquietandis — A writ under which a surety could compel his principal to reimburse him for loss … Ballentine's law dictionary