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Latin. Let it be done as he asks or demands. Let it be done as prayed for. These are the words used in certain cases when granting the warrant sought for. Thus, under the Personal Diligence Act, after a charge of payment has expired, and the creditor seeks a warrant for the imprisonment of his debtor, such warrant, when granted, is expressed in these terms, Fiat ut petitur.

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