excommunicato capiendo (eks-k[schwa]-myoo-ni-kay-toh kap-ee-en-doh). [Latin] Hist. Eccles. law. A writ that, being founded on a bishop’s certificate of excommunication, required the sheriff to arrest and imprison the defendant. ? The writ issued out of chancery and was returnable to the King’s Bench. Cf. DE CONTUMACE CAPIENDO.
What is the preferred translation of the term EXCOMMUNICATO CAPIENDO by Chinese lawyers?
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