What is Writ Of Review?

Legal Definition
(1) A general designation of any form of process issuing from an appellate court and intended to bring up for review the record or decision of the court bslow. Burrell v. Burrell, 10 Mass. 222; Hopkins v. Benson, 21 Me. 401; West v. De Moss, 50 La. Ann. 1349, 24 South. 325.

(2) In code practice, a substitute for, or equivalent of, the writ of certiorari. Call-fornia & O. Land Co. v. Gowen (C. C.) 48 Fed. 775; Burnett v. Douglas County, 4 Or. 389; In re Winegard, 78 Hun, 58, 28 N. Y. Supp. 1039. '
-- Black's Law Dictionary
Legal Definition
A Statutory writ to correct errors in judgments rendered on verdicts. See 7 Mass. 342.
-- Ballentine's Law Dictionary