QUARE NON ADMISIT
\kwˈe͡ə nˈɒn ɐdmˈɪsɪt], \kwˈeə nˈɒn ɐdmˈɪsɪt], \k_w_ˈeə n_ˈɒ_n ɐ_d_m_ˈɪ_s_ɪ_t]\
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In English law. A writ to recover damages against a bishop who does not admit a plaintiff's clerk. It is, however, rarely or never necessary; for It is said that a bishop, refusing to execute the writ ad admittendum clcricum, or making an insufficient return to it, may be fined. Wats. Cler. Law, 302.
By Henry Campbell Black
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