PONE

PONE

pone (poh-nee). [Latin ¡°put¡±] Hist. An original writ used to remove an action from an inferior court (such as a manorial court or county court) to a superior court. ? The writ was so called from the initial words of its mandate, which required the recipient to ¡°put¡± the matter before the court issuing the writ.
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