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DE VI LAICA AMOVENDA Definition & Legal Meaning

Definition & Citations:

Writ of (or for) removing lay force. A writ which lay where
two parsons contended for a church, and one of them entered into it with a great
number of laymen, and held out the other vi et armis; then he that was holden out had
this writ directed to the sheriff, that he remove the force. Reg. Orig. 59; Fitzh. Nat.
Brev. 54, D.


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