peremptory writ

Definition of "peremptory writ"
  1. An unequivocal court order that doesn't allow the option to present an argument or justification
How to use "peremptory writ" in a sentence
  1. The judge issued a peremptory writ requiring the officials to act immediately.
  2. The defendant did not have the opportunity to argue against the peremptory writ.
  3. The local government complied with the peremptory writ to provide necessary documentation.

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