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Order of Seizure
An Order of Seizure is used to seize specific items of personal property whose ownership and possession is disputed. A final judgment will usually direct the disposition of the property to a specific party. An Order of Seizure is a provisional remedy, which means that although it is a court order, it is pre-final judgment. Any property seized is taken into the Sheriff's custody and held until the disposition is ordered by the court.
There are numerous documents required, therefore, please contact an attorney for further information.