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Glisson to the cases if he were starting with a fresh slate without being bound by the strictures of the quo warranto or mandamus process.
39) Nonetheless, a person having a claim to an office may be able to institute quo warranto proceedings if the Attorney General or U.
The writ of quo warranto is a "writ of inquiry," meaning "by what authority.
But he said he expected that during their national convention next month, the impeachment complaint and the quo warranto petition against the Chief Justice might be discussed.
Calida's quo warranto petition seeking Chief Justice Maria Lourdes A.
It should be noted that Speaker Alvarez was among the first to suggest the quo warranto petition.
When Dawn contacted Mr Nawaz, he replied that Article 199 of the Constitution allowed him to file a writ of quo warranto, requiring a person to show by what warrant an office or franchise is held, claimed or exercised.
During proceedings Tahir ul Qadri said he had filed a quo warranto against the Election Commission.
Raza in the quo warranto petition called for explanation from the respondents as to under what statuary of law he was holding this position.
Todd Doss of Lake City and Sonya Rudenstine of Gainesville also were awarded the FACDL President's Award, for their pro bono representation of FACDL in its quo warranto action, which sought to have legislation changing the method of delivering representation to indigent Floridians charged with crimes declared unconstitutional.
A petition for writ of quo warranto is most often filed to challenge an individual's claim to a public office held by another.
Echoing Senate Minority Leader Franklin Drilon, Vice President Leni Robredo said on Tuesday that allowing the removal of Chief Justice Maria Lourdes Sereno through a quo warranto petition could set a 'dangerous precedent.