- ad admittendum clericum
- /aed aedmitendam klerakam/ For the admitting of the clerk. A writ in the nature of an execution, commanding the bishop to admit his clerk, upon the success of the latter in a quare impedit
Black's law dictionary. HENRY CAMPBELL BLACK, M. A.. 1990.
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ad admittendum clericum — For admitting the clerk; a writ directing a bishop to admit and institute a clerk, that is, one of the clergy … Ballentine's law dictionary
quare non admisit — Because he did not admit; a writ for a patron against a bishop for damages for not admitting a clerk upon a writ ad admittendum clericum. See 3 Bl Comm 250 … Ballentine's law dictionary