Servitiis Acquietandis Law and Legal Definition
Servitiis acquietandis is a Latin term which means ‘for being quiet of service.' It is a form of judicial writ that exempts a person from performing certain services which s/he owes and performs to another. A writ of servitiis acquietandis is granted for the following reasons:
a. when there are no services due; and
b when such services are due because of someone other than the distrainor.