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What is a Writ of Mandamus?

  Answer     A writ of mandamus is a court order instructing an inferior court, a corporation or a person to perform some duty specified in the order.     (MORE)

What are the cases of mandamus?

A mandamus is an order to a public agency or governmental body to perform an act required by law when it has neglected or refused to do so. A person may petition for a writ of (MORE)
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What is mean by mandamus?

DEFINITION FROM NOLO'S PLAIN-ENGLISH LAW DICTIONARY   (man-dame-us) Latin for "we command." A writ of mandamus is a court order that requires another court, government offi (MORE)
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When is a Writ of Mandamus applied?

Writ of Mandamus can be filed, as per our constitution under Article 32 in the Supreme Court, and under Article 226 in the High Courts of the States. All the writs known as th (MORE)
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What are the three types of mandamus?

The three types of mandamus are alternative mandamus, peremptory mandamus, continuing mandamus. The alternative mandamus is first issued in the application for relief, then th (MORE)