Writ of Execution


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The following article is from The Great Soviet Encyclopedia (1979). It might be outdated or ideologically biased.

Writ of Execution

 

in the USSR, a document on the basis of which the execution of a decision is implemented, as well as execution of judgments, court rulings and decrees, peaceful settlements confirmed by the court, decisions of comrades’ courts, decisions of treteiskie sudy (arbitrators) on disputes between citizens, social judgments, decisions of the Foreign Trade Arbitration Commission and arbitrazhy (special administrative courts that handle disputes between state enterprises) that are specially formed to examine certain cases, and decisions of foreign courts.

As a rule, the writ of execution is issued to the judgment creditor after the decision has become res judicata.

The Great Soviet Encyclopedia, 3rd Edition (1970-1979). © 2010 The Gale Group, Inc. All rights reserved.
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The offender shall go immediately, but no later than 3 days after receiving the writ of execution, to the mayor of the administrative-territorial unit in whose range the offender is domiciled or resident, for being registered and for executing the sanction.
1983) (holding that a writ of execution was merely a proceeding "in relation to the judgment").
As a note of caution, to the extent that the Declaration and the writ of execution are enforced and the obligor fails to perform the specific action, or raises an affirmative defence, the underlying obligation may still nevertheless be substituted with compensation at the discretion of the judge, particularly where it is determined by the judiciary that impossibility, impracticability, or contravention of public policy play, a prevalent factor.
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.
If you are attempting to attach a bank account, it is advisable to request service of the writ of execution on the first working day following either the fifteenth day of the month or the first day of the month.
In another move, Mallari filed a motion for reconsideration and or to quash the writ of execution issued by the court.
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.e., inapplicable to the judgments of federal courts sitting in Florida which have been properly recorded under F.S.
The court sheriff was expected to serve the writ of execution to the settlers of the 3,515-square meter plot of land in Salmonan who have organized themselves as the Quezon Boulevard Muslim-Christian Neighborhood Association.
Q: Is Yolly entitled to a writ of execution pending appeal for failure to file a supersedeas bond?
A new round of hearings would likely delay the resolution of the government's plea for a partial writ of execution on the judgment covering six companies known as CIIF Oil Mills Group (CIIF-OMG), their 14 holding companies, and the holding companies' 33.13 million shares of stock worth P71.04 billion in San Miguel Corp.
Go and his affiliate companies filed, in August 2009, a certiorari case with the Court of Appeals to enjoin the enforcement of the Writ of Execution."