Definition of RECORDARI FACIAS LOQUELAM


RECORDARI FACIAS LOQUELAM

English practice. A writ commanding
the sheriff, that he cause the plaint to be recorded which is in his county,
without writ, between the parties there named, of the cattle, goods, and
chattels of the complainant taken and unjustly distrained as it is said, and
that he have the said record before the court on a day therein named, and that
he prefix the same day to the parties, that then they may be there ready to
proceed in the same plaint, 2 Sell. Pr. 166. See Refalo.




Source: Bouviers Law Dictionary 1856 Edition

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