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A royal warrant is a document issued by a monarch which confers rights or privileges on the recipient, or has the effect of law.
Royal warrant may refer to:
- Royal warrant of appointment, warrant to tradespeople who supply goods or services to a royal court
- Royal Warrant of Appointment (Spain), issued to those who supplied goods or services to the King of Spain
- Royal Warrant of Appointment (Thailand), issued to companies and businesses that have shown exceptional services
- Royal Warrant of Appointment (United Kingdom), granted by senior members of the British Royal Family
- List of Royal Warrant Holders of the Swedish court, granted by the king or the queen
- Royal Warrant of Precedence, a warrant issued by the monarch of the United Kingdom to determine precedence amongst individuals or organisations
- Royal charter, a formal document issued by a monarch to establish an organization
- Warrant (law), a specific type of authorization
- Warrant officer, an officer in a military organisation designated an officer by a warrant
- Letters patent, a type of legal instrument granting rights or privileges
- Royal Commission, a major ad-hoc formal public inquiry into a defined issue in some monarchies, often established by royal warrant
- Royal sign-manual, a monarch's signature which confirms an order, commission, or warrant
- Warrant of Appointment, the official document presented by the President of Ireland to persons upon appointment to certain high offices of State
- Warrant (disambiguation)
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