ne admittas (nee ad-mit-<<schwa>>s), n.[Latin “that you admit not”] Eccles. law. A writ prohibiting a bishop, usu. in a quare impedit action, from admitting the other party’s clerk to be a parson of a church. • After a party institutes a quare impedit action to enforce a right to propose a clerk to the position of parson of a vacant church (right of advowson), that party can resort to the ne admittas writ if it is believed that the bishop will admit another person’s proposed clerk before the quare impedit action concludes. See QUARE IMPEDIT.
[Blacks Law 8th]