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What Is a Writ of Seizure and Sale
A writ of seizure and sale allows a court bailiff to enter the Judgment Debtor's (loser in a lawsuit) premises, and to seize and sell his movable property. The Judgment Debtor will then have 7 days to settle all payment owed to the Judgment Creditor. If payment is not made, the Judgment Creditor may apply to proceed with an auction sale of the seized items and recover the money from the sale.
Can Property Held Under a Joint Tenancy Be Subject to a Writ of Seizure and Sale?
In recent times, there have been several conflicting High Court decisions dealing with the question of whether a joint tenant’s interest in immovable property can be subject to a writ of seizure and sale (“WSS”).