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Definition of: quo warranto

(kwō wô·rantō, wo-) Latin
Literally, by what warrant; a judicial writ commanding a person to show by what authority he exercises an office or franchise never granted or forfeited by some fault. In England, and generally in the United States, this writ has given way to an information in the nature of a quo warranto, criminal in form, but in substance civil.

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