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poind

(pɪnd)
vb (tr)
1. (Law) to take (property of a debtor) in execution or by way of distress; distrain
2. (Law) to impound (stray cattle, etc)
[C15: from Scots, variant of Old English pyndan to impound]

poind


Past participle: poinded
Gerund: poinding

Imperative
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Present
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Preterite
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Present Continuous
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Present Perfect
I have poinded
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Past Continuous
I was poinding
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Past Perfect
I had poinded
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Future
I will poind
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Future Perfect
I will have poinded
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Future Continuous
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Present Perfect Continuous
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Future Perfect Continuous
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Past Perfect Continuous
I had been poinding
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Conditional
I would poind
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Past Conditional
I would have poinded
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If he does not pay within 14 days you can then instruct a poinding and a warrant sale or consider an arrestment on his bank account.
Flying from one poinding to another, Tommy Sheridan galvanised whole communities to block the hated tax and refuse sheriff officers access to carry out warrant sales.
This is because it removes the separate stage of poinding from the system, in favour of an all-in-one attachment and removal of goods procedure.
Then, if payment is not made, a poinding can take place, with a view to a warrant sale being carried out.
Sheridan had a solution - "If you face a poinding, call me.
A legal source said: "The sheriff's officers carried out a poinding of the stock, everything from lubricants to bondage sets, to be sold in a warrant sale in the event that the amount is not paid.
If he does not pay within 14 days, you can then instruct a poinding, or attachment of his household goods, and a warrant sale, or consider an arrestment on his bank account.
Fourteen days after the charge is served, you can instruct sheriff officers to carry out a poinding and then a warrant sale.
In 1994, he was jailed for two and a half days for his role in trying to prevent a poinding.
In 1994, he spent two and a half days at the jail for trying to prevent a poinding.
YOU will have to take court action by way of a poinding and warrant sale.
Broom claims that the motor goods spotted during a poinding action at her home in Royal Deeside were exempt from seizure.