capias ad sat·is·fac·ien·dum | \ -ˌsa-tis-ˌfā-shē-ˈen-dəm, -ˌsä-tis-ˌfä-kē-ˈen-du̇m \
Legal Definition of capias ad satisfaciendum
: a writ or process commanding an officer to place a person (as a debtor) under civil arrest until a claim is satisfied
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