The writ of replevin is a court order to return property that doesn't belong to you, and where the rightful owner does not have the right to repossess them.
The length of time will depend on whether or not the opposing party opposes the writ. If not, you might be able to get the order at the first hearing. If not, it could take months or years.
In many jurisdictions, about as long as it takes the repossession driver to get to the nearest courthouse and fill out the paperwork.
The amount of time it takes a creditor to obtain a writ of plevin for a repossession varies in each state. Based on the local court jurisdiction, processing times to obtain a writ of plevin may take between 15 and 60 days.
Usually there will not be a separate eviction filed after a foreclosure. Typically, the plaintiff will request that the clerk issue a writ of possession as a part of the foreclosure. The judge may direct the clerk to issue the writ of possession as a part of the foreclosure judgment or the Plaintiff may request it afterwards. Once the writ of possession has been issued, it must be delivered to the sheriff. The sheriff will post the writ on the property and you have 24 hours to vacate. In short, not very long.
A writ of ceritorari is filed as a petition to the US Supreme Court for them to take a specific case.
You don't file a writ to be brought to court. You file a writ to have someone else brought to court. As to how long the court has to execute a writ, the writ itself will say how long it is good for. In some places, a warrant never expires, you could be brought in 50 years after the warrant was issued. However, if the state has a statute of limitations then that may apply. But if you're not in the state the statute of limitations does not apply. So it could be anything up to forever.
A writ of execution is a judgment that is placed on an individual or business due to debt. A writ of execution is normally good for 10 years, and then another one needs to be filed to extend the judgment.
As long as the state that wants you has indicated that they WILL extradite you, it can take as long as it takes. If you are still being held after 30 days, you should file a Writ of Habeus Corpus to determine the status of the proceedings.
A 'writ' is an order to the Sheriff to do certain things contained in the writ. The Sheriff is required by court order to do those things regardless of your financial situation. You must apply to the court to have the writ of seizure altered due to changed circumstances. It it is not within the Sheriff's power or discretion to disobey or alter the order/writ they have received.
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As long as the state that wants you has indicated that they WILL extradite you, it can take as long as it takes. If you are still being held after 15 days, you should file a Writ of Habeus Corpus to determine the status of the extradition proceedings.
A signature of terms printed upon paper explaining who,which,where and how long...
It can if the lender gets a writ of replevin, the deputy can take it.
A writ is a legal order or command, an official mandate requiring the performance of a specific act. Examples of writs include a writ of possession, writ of execution, writ of garnishment, etc. Presumably the writ referred to in the question would have something to do with a home or other real estate.
The branch that may suspend the writ of habeas corpus is the executive. However, there are several instances where legislative may take up this role.
A Governor's Warrant (also known as a 'Writ of Extradition') is applied for when the state wants a person who is a fugitive from the laws of their state and is apprehended and held in the custody of another state. It can take, as long as it takes, especially if the fugitive is fighting extradtion. If the detainee is held for more than 90 days - ask for an attorney and file a Writ of Habeus Corpus.
Writ of possession will state how long a person has to move out or be forced out by the Sheriff's office or Constable. Normally this is about 24 hours.
A 'writ of REPLEVIN" maybe?
A writ of mandamus is a writ which compels a government entity to perform mandatory or purely ministerial duties correctly.
After you have been apprehended AND the state that wants you has been notified it can take as long as it takes. Once the state-to-state process is in motion there is no statutory limit on the amount of time it can take, and if the fugitive fights extradition, it can take even longer. If you are held in excess of 90 days file a writ of Habeus Corpus.
A writ of bodily attachment ("Blue Writ") is issued for somebody's arrest when they have traditionally missed a court date or payment.
A plaintiff or defendant in a federal court case (or in a state court case where a Federal Constitutional issue is in dispute ) who wants to appeal to the Supreme Court of the United States may ask for a writ of certiorari. The U.S. Supreme Court is obligated to take certain cases on appeal (for example, capital murder cases) but has discretion to take or not take certain others. The writ of certiorari is the Supreme Court's written agreement to take one of those discretionary cases on appeal.