Writ on petitions
Writ on petitions system: is a procedural legal system in which the claimant aims to access temporary judicial protection in cases which by their nature require rapid and surprise action, without prejudice of the asset of the disputed right to avoid risk and limiting the harm of feared damage. Like issuing a travel ban for a debtor for fear of escaping from the country. the preventive detention of a company’s assets is made when the creditor feared that it would smuggle its money and thereby threaten its debt guarantees.
A competent judge shall issue these orders based on his state authority; wherein the judge orders a writ on petition in the absence of the litigants and not based on his judicial authority as it is required from a judge in order to exercise his judicial authority to bring a lawsuit before the court, where the litigants shall present their defense and the matter ends with a judgment which rules in the litigation subject.
The legislator has allowed a writ on a petition to be appealed whether:
- for whom the writ is issued against him,
- for whom the writ was issued rejecting his\ her request.
- Or for stakeholder.
And that through grievance before the judge, or before the President of the Chamber who issued it only if the law provides otherwise, and therefore the legal way to appeal is grievances against the writ, then challenge against the grievance decision appealing the grievance decision.