Writ of levari facias – order a sheriff to seize a judgment debtor’s goods & income from lands until the judgment debt is satisfied

Writ of levari facias:

“[Law Latin ‘that you cause to be levied’] (17c.) A writ of execution ordering a sheriff to seize a judgment debtor’s goods and income from lands until the judgment debt is satisfied. This writ is now used chiefly in Delaware.”

  • levarifacias damna de disseisitoribus: n. [Law Latin ‘that you cause to be levied the damages from the disseisors’] (17c.) Hist. A writ directing the sheriff
    to levy property to pay damages owed to one wrongfully dispossessed of a freehold estate. See DISSEISIN.
  • levari facias quando vicecomes returnavit quad non habuit emptores: n. [Law
    Latin ‘that you cause to be levied when the sheriff has returned that it had no buyers’] (17c.) Hist. A writ directing a sheriff, who had already seized some of
    the debtor’s property and found it unsalable, to sell as much additional property as necessary to pay the entire debt.”
  • levari facias residuum debi ti: n. [Law Latin ‘that you cause to be levied the rest of the debt’) (17c.) Hist. A writ directing the sheriff to levy on a debtor’s lands or goods to pay the remainder of a partially satisfied debt.”

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