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Oxford dictionary definition of the word requisition:
an official order laying claim to the use of property or materials:
I had to make various requisitions for staff and accommodation
a formal written demand that something should be performed or put into operation:
requisitions for an Extraordinary General Meeting must state the business to be transacted
(also requisition on title) Law a demand to the vendor of a property for the official search relating to the title.
[mass noun] the appropriation of goods for military or public use:
requisition of grain at the point of a gun proved a novel experience for the peasantry
demand the use or supply of (something) by official order:
the government had assumed powers to requisition cereal products at fixed prices
demand the performance or occurrence of:
a stakeholder has requisitioned an extraordinary general meeting
late Middle English (as a noun in the sense ‘request, demand’): from Old French, or from Latin requisitio(n-), from requirere ‘search for’ (see require). The verb dates from the mid 19th century