Extraordinary Writs for Extraordinary Relief:

Extraordinary Writ:

(17c) A writ issued by a court exercising unusual or discretionary power.  Examples are writ of certiorariwrit of habeas corpus, writ of mandamus. & prohibition writ.Also termed prerogative writ. Cf. extraordinary relief under RELIEF (3).”

Extraordinary Relief:

(18c) Judicial relief that exceeds what is typically or
customarily granted but is warranted by the unique or extreme circumstances of a situation. The types of extraordinary relief most frequently sought are injunctions and extraordinary writs, esp. mandamus. See INJUNCTION (order);
(writ of) MANDAMUS; PROHIBITION (writ) (2).

Writ of Habeas Corpus – command that a prisoner be brought before the court to challenge the legality of their custody & demand their release

Writ of Certiorari – issued by an appellate court, directing a lower court to deliver the record in the case for review

Writ of Mandamus & Alternative Mandamus – a ‘Demand Letter” to the Defendant(s), or a writ from a Higher Court to Compel a Lower Court, Officer, or Government Body to correct a Prior Action or Failure to Act

Writ of Prohibition – issued by an appellate court to prevent a lower court from exceeding jurisdiction or to prevent a nonjudicial officer or entity from exercising a power

Writ of Consultation – issued by an appellate court ordering a lower court to proceed in a matter the lower court previously refused to hear

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