judicial writ

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The General Prosecutions of different Lebanese areas are exerting utmost efforts to control judicial writs," Qortbawi said, noting "it is now the duty of the Internal Security Forces to get these writs implemented.
The Great Writ, like all judicial writs, is a government power.
According to Suqian Wahaha, KPMG's public appeal statement made in conjunction with its apology was a counteraction against the legal obligation named by the judicial writs of the two courts, hence offsetting the legal sense of apologizing as a way to assume civil responsibilities caused by such an infringement.