Writ of Attachment


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Writ of Attachment

An order by a court to seize an asset. A writ of attachment may be issued if one has been convicted of fraud or some other crime that requires the relinquishment of property. It may also be used while a case is pending in order to freeze the assets of the accused.
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To obtain a TRO and a writ of attachment, counsel must show the court that a fraud was perpetrated and that the money is being spent or transferred out of the court's jurisdiction.
The creditor exercised a writ of attachment on March 6, 2002.
On Sunday, June 13, 2004, Pipeline Networks of Colorado, LLC, contrary to the Order of the Court, issued a press release announcing the appointment of a receiver and the issuance of a writ of attachment and contrary to the Pipeline press release, a receiver was not appointed for Usurf America, Inc.
Contrary to this Order of the Court, Pipeline sought the order appointing the receiver and writ of attachment without notice to Usurf.
TST Files Motion for Prejudgment Writ of Attachment
including capital stock, rents, profits, revenues, management fees and all other funds received or receivable have been sequestered and attached pursuant to a Writ of Attachment.
SEATTLE--(BUSINESS WIRE)--March 23, 1999--Diamar Interactive Corp, a publisher of educational and lifestyle CD-ROM products, announced today that it has been granted a writ of attachment on the assets of SoftKat, Inc.
On March 6, 2002, while Airtech was attempting to negotiate a restructuring, the creditor exercised a writ of attachment and seized certain Airtech assets including, furniture, raw materials and finished goods, subject to a sheriff's sale.
com's attorneys, Larry Friedman and Joel Levin, announce the filing of a Plaintiff's Application for Writ of Attachment, or in the alternative, Motion to Establish Constructive Trust of Proceeds against Mark Cuban in anticipation of his purchase of the Dallas Mavericks NBA franchise.