Quo warranto

Definition of Quo warranto

Quo` war`ran´to   Pronunciation: kwō` wǒr`răn´tô
1.(Law) A writ brought before a proper tribunal, to inquire by what warrant a person or a corporation acts, or exercises certain powers.

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hearing, jurisprudence, law
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