Writ of Execution

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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.

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It directs that sheriffs cease docketing writs of execution on that date.
The new system is slated to be up and running by October 1, 2001, at which time Sheriffs around the state will cease individually docketing writs of execution. Judgments will be filed against personal property through the Florida Secretary of State, similar to the procedures currently used for Uniform Commercial Code transactions.
The assets have allegedly been levied upon based on writs of execution issued by other district courts to satisfy a $116 million judgment against HLF.