Chartis reddendis - meaning and definition. What is Chartis reddendis
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Chartis reddendis         
  • Return of the Writ shown above, endorsed by the [[Sheriff]] of [[Philadelphia]], stating that he is still in possession of the attached property for want of a buyer
FORMAL WRITTEN ORDER ISSUED BY A BODY WITH ADMINISTRATIVE OR JUDICIAL JURISDICTION
Writs; Advocatione decimarum; Arrestandis bonis ne dissipentur; Arrestando ipsum qui pecuniam recepit; Arresto facto super bonis mercatorum alienigenorum; Reprisalia; Atturnato faciendo vel recipiendo; Auxilium ad filium militem faciendum et filiam maritandam; Auxilium ad filium primogenitum militem faciendum, vel ad filiam primogenitam maritandam; Ayel; De avo; Chartis reddendis; Concurrent writ; Writs in India; Forms of writs; Royal writ
A chartis reddendis was an ancient writ, which lays against one who had charters of feoffment entrusted to his keeping, and who refused to deliver them to the owner.
Writ         
  • Return of the Writ shown above, endorsed by the [[Sheriff]] of [[Philadelphia]], stating that he is still in possession of the attached property for want of a buyer
FORMAL WRITTEN ORDER ISSUED BY A BODY WITH ADMINISTRATIVE OR JUDICIAL JURISDICTION
Writs; Advocatione decimarum; Arrestandis bonis ne dissipentur; Arrestando ipsum qui pecuniam recepit; Arresto facto super bonis mercatorum alienigenorum; Reprisalia; Atturnato faciendo vel recipiendo; Auxilium ad filium militem faciendum et filiam maritandam; Auxilium ad filium primogenitum militem faciendum, vel ad filiam primogenitam maritandam; Ayel; De avo; Chartis reddendis; Concurrent writ; Writs in India; Forms of writs; Royal writ
·- imp. & ·p.p. of Write.
II. Writ (·obs) 3d pers. ·sg ·pres. of Write, for writeth.
III. Writ (Archaic ·Impf & ·p.p.) of Write.
IV. Writ ·noun That which is written; writing; scripture;
- applied especially to the Scriptures, or the books of the Old and New testaments; as, sacred writ.
V. Writ ·noun An instrument in writing, under seal, in an epistolary form, issued from the proper authority, commanding the performance or nonperformance of some act by the person to whom it is directed; as, a writ of entry, of error, of execution, of injunction, of mandamus, of return, of summons, and the like.
Arrestando ipsum qui pecuniam recepit         
  • Return of the Writ shown above, endorsed by the [[Sheriff]] of [[Philadelphia]], stating that he is still in possession of the attached property for want of a buyer
FORMAL WRITTEN ORDER ISSUED BY A BODY WITH ADMINISTRATIVE OR JUDICIAL JURISDICTION
Writs; Advocatione decimarum; Arrestandis bonis ne dissipentur; Arrestando ipsum qui pecuniam recepit; Arresto facto super bonis mercatorum alienigenorum; Reprisalia; Atturnato faciendo vel recipiendo; Auxilium ad filium militem faciendum et filiam maritandam; Auxilium ad filium primogenitum militem faciendum, vel ad filiam primogenitam maritandam; Ayel; De avo; Chartis reddendis; Concurrent writ; Writs in India; Forms of writs; Royal writ
Arrestando ipsum qui pecuniam recepit (Latin, "For arresting one who received money") is a writ for the arrest of someone who received advanced payment to enlist in the army, and then fled.