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.'
Senate Minority Leader Franklin Drilon, who was the Department of Justice (DOJ) Secretary when Sanchez was convicted, is urging the DOJ to seek a writ of execution from the court in order to compel Sanchez to pay the damages.
" Drilon urge the Department of Justice to move for the issuance of a writ of execution for the Sanchez family to pay the P12.67 million damages.
During the conference, the details of the writ of execution and the motion to quash was discussed.
Patricio of the municipal circuit trial court (MCTC) of President Roxas-Pilar towns in Capiz to pay a fine of P40,000 for interfering with the implementation of a writ of execution.
The number of writ of execution also grows: there were 83,034 writs in 2015, 96,246 in 2016, 106,349 in 2017.
In the same order, Crabtree granted Ross's motion for a writ of execution, thereby opening the door for financial discovery, which Hutson said is still being worked through.
Obtain a Writ of Execution (being an extract of the recorded pledge) from the Unified Register of Commercial Pledges.
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 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.
A copy of the decision, with the writ of execution, shall be communicated to the mayor of the territorial-administrative unit and to the police station in whose territorial range the offender is domiciled or resident, as well as to the offender.