General Execution

General Execution

A court order commanding a public official, such as a sheriff, to take the Personal Property of a defendant to satisfy the amount of a judgment awarded against such defendant.

When such officer is given the authority to seize only particular property or types of property, the writ or order is sometimes known as a special execution.

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Address : Irectorate General Execution of Penalties
Terence Keyes, Asia head of the general execution group for Bank of America Corp (NYSE: BAC), is to re-join Morgan Stanley (NYSE: MS).
The company should formally audit and grade its performance in each of the fundamental underwriting process areas, including the impact of tougher and more consistent underwriting guidelines, re-underwriting programs keyed to eliminating risks that do not meet the target customer profile, implementation of risk-control engineering policy/guidelines, actions taken to address agent loss-ratio performance and means to improve general execution of underwriting policy.
ACD Systems' President and CEO Doug Vandekerkhove commented, "We are pleased with our continued growth and general execution of our business plan.
In this PEC, repealing Articles 26, 45, 83, 86, 92 of the Rules General Execution - RGE (RD of 14/01/2013)
Developers can use LiveCODE's interactive sequence diagram to understand the general execution flow of programs.
She will be responsible for the operating results of her region, including achieving the sales and profitability objectives of the stores, delivering superior service to all store guests, relations and communications with store associates, consistency of excellent store conditions, and the general execution of company programs.
The content of the market and its general execution context are developed in the technical part of the specification.
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