Writ of execution

What is Writ of execution?

An order of the court evidencing debt of one party to another and commanding the court officer or sheriff to take property or "execute" upon it for purposes of a subsequent sale. The proceeds of the sale are subsequently used to satisfy the debt or judgment.

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