Praecipe Quod Reddat

Praecipe Quod Reddat – this phrase comes from Latin. Literally it means “command that the render”. Usually within the area of Court Trials in some legal systems “praecipe Quod Reddat” is used to describe an issued court order, which requests from the judgment debtor to return certain movable property, which they have taken initially from the claimant.

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