allocatur (al-<<schwa>>-kay-t<<schwa>>r). [Law Latin] It is allowed. • This word formerly
indicated that a writ, bill, or other pleading was allowed. It is still used today in Pennsylvania to
denote permission to appeal. — Also termed allogatur.
special allocatur.An allowance of a writ (such as a writ of error) that is legally required in
certain cases. [Blacks Law 8th]