Written testimony – this is the testimony given out of court hearing in the form of a written declaration or affidavit. Its signing also could be witnessed by a local notary public.

Written resolution – a resolution recorded and signed on paper, taken outside a General Meeting, and signed by the shareholders of the corporate body (or by the directors).

Written notice – a notification, affecting the legal sphere of a person, where it has been forwarded to the person via recorded delivery (usually via the local registered post, served by the local notary public or by the court employees).

Written communication – this is any communication between the parties where their statements have been recorded on paper or computer files. This recorded communication is trusted as long as it can not be affected (i.e. changed unilaterally) and could be…

Writ of prohibition – in most jurisdictions this is a writ issued by the higher court towards the lower court, instructing it not to proclaim a decision on a particular matter.

Writ of procedento – this is a request by one court towards another to speed-up judgment. Bear in mind that in some legal systems initial judgment procedures require court tax payable by the claimant in advance and these could last…

Writ of execution – this is the execution order (execution list) issued by the court on the base of application by the judgment creditor, once the court decision in their favor has entered in legal force. The reason is to…

Writ of error – this is a demand by the appellate court towards the 1st instance court to forward the case for review and examination, on the base of entered claim by one of the parties against the decision of…