Warrant to Sue and Defend Law and Legal Definition
In early days, the term ‘warrant to sue and defend’ referred to a special written authority given by a client to his attorney to commence a suit, or to appear and defend a suit on his/her behalf. This warrant is now disused.
The term ‘warrant to sue and defend’ may also refer to a special warrant from the English crown authorizing a person to appoint an attorney to sue and defend for him/her.
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