warrant sale


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warrant sale

n
(Law) Scots law a sale of someone's personal belongings or household effects that have been seized to meet unpaid debts
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The gross proceeds of the PUCF warrant Sale receivable by Resource Holding Management are MYR 1,848,566 (approximately USD 500,858).
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Even bankrupt countries have military personnel who would prevent the goods and chattels of the nation being carted off to a warrant sale.
Sheridan, 43, jailed for six months in 1992 for denying a poll tax warrant sale, said: "We need to look more closely at who we send to prison and the effect sentences have on causing re-offending.
The warrant sale was not a bargain sale, for two reasons.
He was elected to Glasgow City Council from a prison cell while serving a six-month sentence for attempting to stop a warrant sale of goods seized from polltax defaulters.
It seems incredible but, at the time of the poll tax, debts could still be recovered in Scotland by means of a warrant sale.
TOMMY Sheridan rose to prominence as a campaigner against the Poll Tax in Scotland and was jailed for six months for trying to stop a warrant sale.
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.