sequestration order

sequestration order

A court order authorizing the seizure of personal property, or the rents or other income from real property,to be kept in safety under court supervision pending the outcome of litigation between the parties.The order is usually issued only when the creditor can prove that the debtor intends to fraudulently remove or spitefully damage the property to the detriment of the creditor. Normally the creditor requesting the order must post a bond in order to reimburse the debtor for his or her damages if it later turns out that the order was wrongfully entered.

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But now the Catholic Church is seeking a sequestration order to recover PS19,000 they claim is still outstanding.
The silver-tongued Malema himself is also likely to barred from public office this month if a court confirms a provisional sequestration order imposed in February because of 16 million rand ($1.
The question mark over Malema's political future and his leadership of the EFF will be addressed if a provisional sequestration order is finalised.
Topping the cuts list is the Department of Health and Human Services, which faces a 17 percent reduction, on top of cuts already made by this year's sequestration order.
The agency is complying with a sequestration order signed by President Barack Obama last month to automatically cut spending by $85 billion.
WASHINGTON, March 2 (KUNA) -- US President Barack Obama signed here Friday evening a sequestration order cancelling USD 85 billion in budgetary resources across the Federal Government for Fiscal Year 2013.
After the verdict, Kling says, one of the jurors told him that she got around the sequestration order.
The court awarded the council a sequestration order, which means her assets will now be sold to pay off her debts.
Should the task force ask GAO to conduct the proposed tests, several matters would need to be addressed before testing could begin, including obtaining access to the iVotronic DREs that have been subject to a sequestration order, arranging for a test site, obtaining some commercially available test tools, developing test protocols and detailed test procedures, and arranging for the video recording of the tests.
The sequestration order may be issued with respect to any asset, resource, or item of property, provided that these are goods or resources linked to the criminal activities under investigation.
Respondents claim that the sequestration order violates their right to counsel under the Administrative Procedure Act, 5 U.
The judge also imposed a sequestration order on Mr van Hoogstraten's assets worldwide, which are estimated to be worth pounds 500 million.