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  • Writ of delivery

    A type of writ of execution allowing the enforcement of a judgment for the recovery of goods. A writ of delivery engages a sheriff of the Court on your behalf to seize the goods from the current possessor, and return them to you, or where this is not practicable or possible, to recover the value of the goods by seizing other property belonging to the party and selling it at auction. A writ for delivery is valid for 12 months from the date of issue.

    The step by step process for obtaining a writ of delivery from the Court (and what will happen once it is obtained) can be found here.

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