Duces tecum
Duces tecum Du"ces te"cum [L., bring with thee.] A judicial process commanding a person to appear in court and bring with him some piece of evidence or other thing to be produced to the court. [1913 Webster]

The Collaborative International Dictionary of English. 2000.

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  • duces tecum — bring with you , a form of subpoena. Collins dictionary of law. W. J. Stewart. 2001. duces tecum n. Latin T …   Law dictionary

  • duces tecum — /d(y)iiwsiyz tiykam/ (Lat. Bring with you.) The name of certain species of writs, of which the subpoena duces tecum is the most usual, requiring a party who is summoned to appear in court to bring with him some document, piece of evidence, or… …   Black's law dictionary

  • duces tecum — /d(y)iiwsiyz tiykam/ (Lat. Bring with you.) The name of certain species of writs, of which the subpoena duces tecum is the most usual, requiring a party who is summoned to appear in court to bring with him some document, piece of evidence, or… …   Black's law dictionary

  • duces tecum — /dooh seez tee keuhm, dooh sayz tay keuhm/, Law. See subpoena duces tecum. * * * …   Universalium

  • duces tecum — /dutʃiz ˈteɪkəm/ (say doohcheez taykuhm) noun an order to someone to appear in court bringing with them certain documents; they are liable to a penalty if they fail to do so. {Latin sub poenā dūcēs tēcum under penalty, you shall bring with you} …   Australian English dictionary

  • duces tecum — Bring with you. See subpoena duces tecum …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • duces tecum — noun ( s) : subpoena duces tecum …   Useful english dictionary

  • duces tecum — take with you, bring to a court hearing (Latin) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • duces tecum licet languidus — /d(y)uwsiyz tiykam laysat laeqgwadas/ (Bring with you, although sick.) In practice, an ancient writ, now obsolete, directed to the sheriff, upon a return that he could not bring his prisoner without danger of death, he being adeo languidus (so… …   Black's law dictionary

  • duces tecum licet languidus — /d(y)uwsiyz tiykam laysat laeqgwadas/ (Bring with you, although sick.) In practice, an ancient writ, now obsolete, directed to the sheriff, upon a return that he could not bring his prisoner without danger of death, he being adeo languidus (so… …   Black's law dictionary

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