Writ of possession

Related to Writ of possession: Writ of replevin
(Law) a precept directing a sheriff to put a person in peaceable possession of property recovered in ejectment or writ of entry.

See also: Possession

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2017 in two applications for a certiorari order gives an indication of the above, where the court, analysing the relevant case law, did not allow the annulment of the writ of possession for the property in question and did not prohibit its execution against the applicants who claimed they were subtenants of the company, which was a statutory tenant.
Palamos granted a writ of possession which allowed the NGCP to occupy the 60,872-square-meter property where it intends to build a 230-kilovolt substation.
The universal legatee has the right, pursuant to article 1058 Civil Code, to the fruits of succession assets from the moment he requested the writ of possession or since it was handed over to him voluntarily.
I have been concerned about the deliberate policy of Birmingham City Council not to inform tenants of their ability to seek to suspend the writ of possession.
Aquino said Public Works and Highways Secretary Rogelio Singson has informed him that some courts do not immediately release writ of possession even if the department has deposited money for the property.
Conversely, a tenant who may have been eager to litigate may welcome negotiations with the landlord once it is evicted or learns that a writ of possession has issued.
Judge Chris Piazza issued a writ of possession on Jan.
Randolph said the clinic recently prevented a client from being evicted after the client received a 24-hour writ of possession.
A writ of possession has been sent to the high court enforcement officer to retake possessionof the three properties on the club's behalf.
Two deputies assigned to the Civil Management Unit of the Sheriff's Department's Court Services Division had been sent to enforce a court-ordered writ of possession, Hecht said.
Shergroup, a High Court enforcement agency, has developed a new system to help landlords evict their tenants more quickly, by enabling a county court writ of possession to be transferred up to the High Court.
On Tuesday, in a Manila courtroom, Judge Henrick Gingoyon issued a writ of possession regarding the new Terminal Three at Ninoy Aquino International Airport.