writ of summons
writ of summons
Form of written notice prepared by the Plaintiff which is registered at the appropriate Court Registry, giving notice to the defendants that a legal action has been commenced against them and containing details of the Plaintiff's claims. (Dictionary of Canadian Bankruptcy Terms)

United Glossary of Bankruptcy Terms 2012.


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