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  • A fieri facias, usually abbreviated fi. fa. ( Latin, that you cause to be made) is a writ This writ was once so common that fieri facias became a slang term for a sheriff, with a. — “Fieri facias - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”,
  • In English law, a writ of scire facias (from the Latin meaning "to know the causes") was The Writ of Scire Facias was created in 1285 during the 13th year of. — “Scire facias - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”,
  • In law, venire facias de novo (Latin for "may you cause to come anew"), sometimes abbreviated to venire facias ("may you cause to come") is a writ issued by an officer of the court summoning prospective jurors, which the court uses when there. — “Venire facias de novo - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”,


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