writ of execution


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writ of execution

The vehicle for seizing property in order to satisfy a judgment. The rules are different in every state but can be determined by inquiring at the clerk's office where one ordinarily files lawsuits.

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In carrying out the writ of execution, the mayor establishes a once the type of activity to be performed by the offender, the conditions under which he/she executes the sanction, as well as the working hours, making the unit where the activity shall be performed aware of the measures taken.
If a judgment creditor who has delivered a writ of execution to a sheriff prior to October 1, 2001, files a judgment lien certificate with the department by October 1, 2003, the judgment lien is retroactive to the date of delivery of the writ to the sheriff, but only as to the property of the debtor in the county as of October 1, 2001.
First, with proper recording and/or delivery of a writ of execution, the lien of a judgment of a federal court sitting in Florida is enforceable for up to 20 years from the date of entry; second, Balfour does not hold otherwise--there is nothing in Balfour to show that the judgment there was ever recorded, or that the execution was ever delivered, and the decision should therefore be treated as limited to its facts, i.
As expected, the trial court issued a writ of execution commanding the implementation and satisfaction of the above judgment.
In a 25-page decision penned by Associate Justice Francisco Acosta, the appellate court's Ninth Division held that Judge Alexander Balut of thec) Branch 76 committed "grave abuse of discretion" when he issued a writ of execution without basis and to the detriment of the rights of the other heirs.
The complaint also accused Mariano and Pangulayan of siding with Marbai's 'self-serving allegations' when they issued the CDO and appeared personally as a party before the Davao City court to seek the reversal of the second writ of execution to enforce a judgment on the contract between LFC and Hearbco-1.
Petilla said he will wait for the decision of the court to enforce the writ of execution as the case for ownership has been appealed by Tacloban City Mayor Alfred S.
Consequently, a writ of execution was issued to implement the Decision of the Court of Appeals.
This situation was distorted as the Writ of Execution was issued penalizing Mr.
Under our rules of procedure, only the parties (or their successors in interest) can ask for a writ of execution from the court.
The firm said it had bought the property four years ago and that it was duly approved with a served Writ of Execution by the RTC Makati court, after showing it paid in full.
A: A writ of possession is a writ of execution employed to enforce a judgment to recover the possession of land.