What is WRIT OF PROTECTION?

In England, the king may, by his writ of protection, privilegeany person in his service from arrest in civil proceedings during a year and a day; butthis prerogative is seldom, if ever, exercised. Archb. Pr. 687. See Co. Litt. 130a.

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