scire facias

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Latin, let them know.

Noun[edit]

scire facias (plural scire faciases)

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  1. (law) A judicial writ directing the sheriff to make the record known to a specified party, and requiring that defendant to show cause why the party bringing the writ should not be able to cite that record in his own interest, or why, in the case of letters patent and grants, the patent or grant should not be annulled and vacated.
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