allocatur

noun
al·​lo·​ca·​tur | \ ˌa-lō-ˈkā-tər, ˌä-lō-ˈkä-tu̇r\

Legal Definition of allocatur 

: permission to appeal granted allocatur in order to determine whether the lower courts were in errorCity of Pittsburgh v. Commonwealth, 653 A.2d 1210 (1995) used primarily in Pennsylvania

History and Etymology for allocatur

Medieval Latin, it is allowed

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