What is LIBERTATIBUS ALLOCANDIS?

A writ lying for a citizen or burgess, impleaded contrary to his liberty, to have his privilege allowed. Reg. Orig. 202. LIBERTATIBUS EXIGENDIS 722 LIBERTY

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