seizure of goods

seizure of goods

the process of taking possession of goods for the purpose of satisfying the claims of a judgment creditor. By the seizure the goods are placed under the custody of the law, albeit that the general property in the goods remains in the judgment/ execution debtor.
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The Committee was informed that in 2014-2015 the total seizure of goods at Pak Iran border was Rs.
He also said that searches carried out by the Tunisian customs authorities during the period from January to March 2017 helped seize goods worth 40 million dinars, besides the seizure of goods valued at 140 million dinars in 2016.
Salah Buaseiba, director of the department of economic crimes, said that 77 people were arrested following 71 piracy cases, which led to seizure of goods worth Dh114.
North Tyneside Council is seeking views on its Statement of Enforcement Policy, which applies to all its enforcement functions, including prosecutions, injunctions and the seizure of goods.
Yesterday, magistrate Mr Peter Jarvis said he was reluctant to jail Mr Davies and instead issued a distress warrant for seizure of goods in lieu of payment.
provided powers such as seizure of goods or advertising material displaying unauthorised references or images in or close to Games venues and other key sites.
August 28, 2009: Its landlords at Riverside Park issue a notice of seizure of goods and inventory over the office furniture and equipment.
The issue is taken very seriously and we use a number of means including seizure of goods, recovery from social security benefits, attachment of earnings, placing charges on properties and, in severe cases, bankruptcy action.
The purpose of their attendance is to collect the balance outstanding or secure the debt by way of a seizure of goods, which serves as a guarantee against future non-payment.
The operation was launched after British customs officers notified Tiffany's security manager of an airport seizure of goods bound for an address in Stockton.
European Commissioner Frits Bolkestein said: "The UK sanctions, which are based on the seizure of goods and sometimes cars, quite often go too far and interfere with people exercising the rights given to them by the EU's internal market to go shopping in other member states.
These include the issuing of arrest warrants, seizure of goods by bailiffs and the clamping of offenders cars.