writ of execution


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writ of execution

n
(Law) law a writ ordering that a judgment be enforced
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Noun1.writ of execution - a routine court order that attempts to enforce the judgment that has been granted to a plaintiff by authorizing a sheriff to carry it out
court order - a writ issued by a court of law requiring a person to do something or to refrain from doing something
law, jurisprudence - the collection of rules imposed by authority; "civilization presupposes respect for the law"; "the great problem for jurisprudence to allow freedom while enforcing order"
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Then,' said Mr Scaley, producing a small document from his pocket and unfolding it very slowly, 'this is a writ of execution, and if it's not conwenient to settle we'll go over the house at wunst, please, and take the inwentory.
Having received the writ of execution, the bailiffs sought out the debtor and notified him of the intention to seize the apartment with the aim of its further implementation.
On July 13, 1998, they won their case, only to wait for another two decades for the full implementation of the writ of execution that would lead to their installation to the land of their forefathers.
The San Fernando RTC in 1999 issued a writ of execution and writ of possession and ordered the Sheriff to place the GSIS in possession of the land, but the Sheriff failed to serve the writ because of Mallari's request for an extension of time to vacate the property.
If it was discerned from the judgment to be executed that there is a difference between the claimed amount upon which the fees were calculated, and the adjudicated amount, such judgment will not be conferred with the writ of execution until payment of the difference in fees is made.
Go and his affiliate companies filed, in August 2009, a certiorari case with the Court of Appeals to enjoin the enforcement of the Writ of Execution.
The procedure was launched upon the request of the creditors and a writ of execution issued by the Burgas Regional Court, according to reports of the BGNES news agency.
The sanctioning of performing an activity for the benefit of the community is placed into execution by the court of law by issuing a writ of execution.
14) The statute, moreover, gives the judgment-creditor without a lien the right to "proceed against the judgment-debtor's property through other judicial process," and provides that "[s]uch judgment creditor proceeding by writ of execution acquires a lien as of the time of levy and only on the property levied upon.
Note, however, that the CCRA may not seize property that would be exempt from seizure under a writ of execution issued out of a superior court of the province (the Court of Queen's Bench in Alberta).
Here she is in Writ of Execution, turning up in her boyfriend's hotel room wearing nothing but a coat to cover her nakedness when.