Writ of execution (Ro. ordin de executare silită, Gr.: διαταγή εκτέλεσης, Cz.: nařízení soudní exekuce) (See also: writ, foreclosure, compulsory levy, distraint) = a writ granted to enforce a previous sentence obtained by the plaintiff, serving as a lien on the debtor’s property or as a levy for the creditor.


Useful links

Legislation - Civil Procedure Rules, UK, Writs of execution - Romanian Code of Civil Procedure, art. 622-726 [in Romanian]  - Ohio Revised Code, Execution against property

Practical Use - Writ of execution, Form, Quebec.,  - Information and clarifications on writs of execution, Ontario, CA. – Information on compulsory levy/foreclosure, Romania [in Romanian] – Getting a writ of execution, California – Writs system in Ontario – Writ of execution, Nevada - Writ of execution facts, Utah


By Irina Negruțiu