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.
That statute, moreover, provides that "such judgment-creditor" who proceeds by writ of execution "acquires a lien as of the time of the levy [but] only on the property levied upon." (39) The statute has received only one very limited interpretation, not relevant to the present inquiry, (40) but its intent is clear: In Florida there is no need for a judgment to be certified in order to acquire a judgment lien against personal property, for one may be acquired by proceeding with a writ of execution; and no time limit is placed on the procedure.
Such a Declaration, coupled with a writ of execution, can be notarized at the Ministry of Justice Notary Department.
If the creditor has already obtained a lien by delivery of a writ of execution to a sheriff prior to October 1, 2001, a judgment lien certificate must be filed before October 1, 2003, together with an affidavit signed by the creditor, including a statement of the date or a certification by the sheriff of the date of delivery.
The judgment debtor may elect to obtain a writ of execution or order of attachment from the court of record directing the sheriff of the county where the assets are located to seize those assets to satisfy a docketed judgment.
The STAR reported that the Ombudsman's Office of the SpecialProsecutorfiled a Motion for Execution of Judgment before the Sandiganbayan's Special First Division to ask the anti-graft court to issue a Writ of Execution against Revilla.
If it refuses to comply, a writ of execution follows.
The San Fernando RTC in 1999 issued a writ of execution and writ of possession and ordered the Sheriff to place the GSIS in possession of the land, but the Sheriff failed to serve the writ because of Mallari's request for an extension of time to vacate the property.
General Directorate of Local Taxes Sector 3 wishes concluding a framework agreement for a term of four years on printing services and forwarding mail with acknowledgment of receipt of documents administrative tax (tax decision, notice or writ of execution, notice of the withholding, decision on obligations computing accessories).
The cassation appeal revolved around the issue of the writ of execution and the property in question and as this matter was adjudicated by the Court of Appeal, its decision cannot be appealed to the Court of Cassation.
a writ of execution against Bush"[46] but it doesn't indicate whether this was ever delivered to the Dade County sheriff or to the U.S.
Compel Bong Revilla to pay P124.5-million liabilities, Sandiganbayan urged !-- -- MANILA, Philippines State prosecutors from the Office of the Ombudsman have urged the anti-graft court Sandiganbayan to issue a writ of execution that would compel former senator Ramon Revilla Jr.