Among them were the availability of other remedies, such as a lawsuit; shortcomings on various legal procedures; and seeking a remedy that isn't allowed under a writ of mandamus.
What does WOM stand for?
WOM stands for Writ of Mandamus (court order)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
COURT'S OPINION: The Court of Appeals of Texas conditionally granted the writ of mandamus, ordering that such writ issue only if the trial court failed to withdraw its order compelling production and conducting a new, in camera, inspection, taking care to ensure any production of documents "is no broader than necessary, considering the competing interests at stake.
The Nurses filed a petition for a writ of mandamus with the Supreme Court of Alabama.
4) In 1997, nuclear power plant operators asked for and received a writ of mandamus from the D.
12) In August 2008, more than three years after the indictment, Hijazi filed a petition for a writ of mandamus in the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals, requesting that the district court be directed to rule on the motion and dismiss the indictment.
24) Since the Bua decision, the supreme court has usually declined to issue the writ of mandamus but has occasionally granted essentially the same relief in exercising its supervisory power over lower courts.
She did that through a separate legal vehicle, called a writ of mandamus, which could allow the court to unilaterally reverse the commission's decision.