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Synonyms for summons

serve with a writ

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a request to be present

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an order to appear in person at a given place and time

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a writ issued by authority of law

call in an official matter, such as to attend court

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But, of the 36 warning letters which were sent, six councillors ended up having court summons issued as a result of the overdue payments not being settled, Private Eye said.
It's been playing on my mind having a court summons hanging over my head even if I knew I hadn't done anything wrong.
The officers posted: "Van stopped on M5, 9 seats & 1 mattress = 12 passengers & a court summons for the driver.
The court summons was issued in connection with the alleged unauthorised use of the franchising rights of the Burger King Corporation by two companies owned by her businessman husband -- Laser Investments and King Franchises.
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CASH-STRAPPED residents facing council tax arrears are being slapped with court summons charges they do not have to pay.
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RIYADH: Judges and law experts said that court summons detailing a criminal or civil case delivered to defendants would lead to fewer sessions because defendants can prepare their evidence better and be prepared.
He told Daily News Egypt that he hasn't even received any court summons.
EX-TOON star David Ginola has been accused of "abandoning his family" in a court summons.
THE mum of murdered teenager Scarlett Keeling is refusing to answer a court summons to Goa to face neglect charges.
Alicia Macia was issued with a court summons for pounds 1,053.
Syria issues court summons to Lebanese politicians that will put them likely to face trials in absentia and arrests should they fail to appear in court.
But in a demonstration of just how difficult it is to enforce a court summons, only 10 of the 181 who were ordered to appear Thursday actually showed up.
When the Reporter visited a Chicago house where Grant was sent a court summons last year, no one came to the door.