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I have considerable problems with this article and am considering a complete re-write.
In the first place, latitat, for much of its history, refers to a procedure using a bill and not a writ at all. The article does not make clear that it was devised as a procedural dodge in order to bring cases in the King's Bench rather than the Common Pleas. The quote from Blackstone is hardly illuminating.
Would anyone object if I subjected this article to a complete re-write?
Francis Davey 21:10, 21 Aug 2004 (UTC)