A writ commanding the Clerk of Court to issue a subpoena or summons.
A praecipe is a note of instruction filed by the attorney or prosecutor asking the court to perform some duty. Usually, an attorney will issue a praecipe for the issuance of a subpoena.
a royal writ ordering disputed land to be restored to a plaintiff on pain of having the case transferred to a royal court.
An original writ commanding the defendant to do the thing required; an order addressed to the clerk of a court, requesting him or her to issue a particular writ.
a court form requesting that the matter be set for hearing
an original writ drawn up in the alternative
a request to the court
a written order, either in the form of an actual writ, or in the form of a mandate, issued by an attorney to the Prothonotary or Clerk of Courts, commanding that a writ be issued
A form requesting a court officer to issue or prepare some document.
A legal notice filed in the clerk's office with a copy to the opposing party requesting the clerk to place the case on the next motions day of the court. Copies of these forms are available online: Praecipe, Fill-In or Praecipe, only.
An order asking the court to act. It is addressed to the clerk of court.
The plaintiff's request to the court clerk to issue a summons or writ of replevin.
(PRESS ih pee) Writ commanding a person to do something or to show cause why he/she should not.
An order to the clerk of court asking the court to act.