English version

writ of execution

From Longman Business Dictionarywrit of executionˌwrit of exeˈcution noun (plural writs of execution) [countable]LAW a writ to put into effect a court’s judgement by forcing someone to pay an amount of money or do something. It is usually addressed to a court officer, ordering him or her to do something such as take property from the person
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