replevin

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re·plev·in

 (rĭ-plĕv′ĭn)
n.
1. An action to recover personal property said or claimed to be unlawfully taken.
2. The writ or procedure of such an action.
tr.v. re·plev·ined, re·plev·in·ing, re·plev·ines
To replevy.

[Middle English, from Anglo-Norman replevine, from replevir, to give as a security : re-, re- + plevir, to pledge (from Late Latin plebere, of Germanic origin; see dlegh- in Indo-European roots).]

replevin

(rɪˈplɛvɪn) law
n
1. (Law) the recovery of goods unlawfully taken, made subject to establishing the validity of the recovery in a legal action and returning the goods if the decision is adverse
2. (Law) (formerly) a writ of replevin
vb
(Law) another word for replevy
[C15: from Anglo-French, from Old French replevir to give security for, from re- + plevir to pledge]

re•plev•in

(rɪˈplɛv ɪn)

n. Law.
1. an action for the recovery of goods or chattels wrongfully taken or detained.
2. the writ or action by which such goods are recovered.
v.t.
3. to replevy.
[1300–50; Middle English < Anglo-French, derivative of replevir to bail out, Old French. See re-, pledge]

replevin


Past participle: replevined
Gerund: replevining

Imperative
replevin
replevin
Present
I replevin
you replevin
he/she/it replevins
we replevin
you replevin
they replevin
Preterite
I replevined
you replevined
he/she/it replevined
we replevined
you replevined
they replevined
Present Continuous
I am replevining
you are replevining
he/she/it is replevining
we are replevining
you are replevining
they are replevining
Present Perfect
I have replevined
you have replevined
he/she/it has replevined
we have replevined
you have replevined
they have replevined
Past Continuous
I was replevining
you were replevining
he/she/it was replevining
we were replevining
you were replevining
they were replevining
Past Perfect
I had replevined
you had replevined
he/she/it had replevined
we had replevined
you had replevined
they had replevined
Future
I will replevin
you will replevin
he/she/it will replevin
we will replevin
you will replevin
they will replevin
Future Perfect
I will have replevined
you will have replevined
he/she/it will have replevined
we will have replevined
you will have replevined
they will have replevined
Future Continuous
I will be replevining
you will be replevining
he/she/it will be replevining
we will be replevining
you will be replevining
they will be replevining
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been replevining
you have been replevining
he/she/it has been replevining
we have been replevining
you have been replevining
they have been replevining
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been replevining
you will have been replevining
he/she/it will have been replevining
we will have been replevining
you will have been replevining
they will have been replevining
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been replevining
you had been replevining
he/she/it had been replevining
we had been replevining
you had been replevining
they had been replevining
Conditional
I would replevin
you would replevin
he/she/it would replevin
we would replevin
you would replevin
they would replevin
Past Conditional
I would have replevined
you would have replevined
he/she/it would have replevined
we would have replevined
you would have replevined
they would have replevined
References in periodicals archive ?
Subsection (3) has been interpreted to mean that a defendant is forbidden from re-replevin of property which has already been replevined in the same cause by an opposing party.
Section 78.03 addresses jurisdiction and provides that a replevin action must be brought in a court of competent jurisdiction based upon the value of the property sought to be replevined. Section 78.032 addresses venue and provides that venue for a replevin action properly lies in the county where the property is located, where the contract was signed, where the defendant resides, or where the cause of action accrued, or, if joined with other causes of action, in any county where venue is proper under Ch.
The court held that [section] 78.068 met the five-part test for minimum due process as set forth in Mitchell: 1) the plaintiff must show facts indicating a right to the property sought to be replevined and the allegations must be verified; 2) an application for replevin without notice must be presented to a judge, as opposed to a clerk; 3) the facts must show the necessity for replevin, done if the debtor is in possession of the property and the applicant establishes that there is a possibility of waste, concealment, or transfer of the property, or that the debtor is in default on his payments; 4) plaintiff must post a bond; and 5) the debtor must be entitled to an immediate hearing on the issue of possession.