Indicavit
Indicavit In`di*ca"vit, n. [L., he has indicated.] (Eng. Law) A writ of prohibition against proceeding in the spiritual court in certain cases, when the suit belongs to the common-law courts. --Wharton (Law Dict.). [1913 Webster]

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  • indicavit — in·di·ca·vit …   English syllables

  • indicavit — /indakeyvat/ In old English practice, a writ of prohibition that lies for a patron of a church, whose clerk is sued in the spiritual court by the clerk of another patron, for tithes amounting to a fourth part of the value of the living. 3 Bl.Comm …   Black's law dictionary

  • indicavit — /indakeyvat/ In old English practice, a writ of prohibition that lies for a patron of a church, whose clerk is sued in the spiritual court by the clerk of another patron, for tithes amounting to a fourth part of the value of the living. 3 Bl.Comm …   Black's law dictionary

  • indicavit — A writ of prohibition which a person who was sued in the ecclesiastical court might obtain. State v Commissioners of Roads, 8 SCL (I Mill Const) 55 …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • indicavit — ˌində̇ˈkävə̇t noun ( s) Etymology: Latin, he has indicated, 3d person singular perfect indicative active of indicare to indicate more at indicate : a writ of prohibition from a common law court commanding the removal to that court of a case… …   Useful english dictionary

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