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What exactly is a writ of sequestration?

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A writ of sequestration is a prejudgment process which orders the seizure or attachment of property to be maintained in the custody of the U.S. Marshal or other designated official, under court order and supervision, until the court determines otherwise. The purpose of the writ is to preserve the named property pending outcome of the litigation.

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