In English law. A writ directed to the sheriff, empowering him, for the sake of dispatch, to try an action in his county court for a larger amount than lie has the ordinary power to do. It is so called because it is a commission to the sheriff to do the party justice, the word itself meaning, “You may do justice to .” 3 Bl. Comm. 30; 4 lust. 200.

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