Writs

A Writ of Execution is available for a successful litigant with a judgment from a court to place over any real property of the losing litigant.

A Writ of Execution helps ensure that any profit from the sale of the property (usually, the sale price less any mortgaged amounts) are paid to the person with the writ.

The reason for registering of a writ over real property, coupled with an Enforcement Warrant (Seizure & Sale) is that it will secure your interest on the land for six months and may be able to be renewed at the end of the six-month period.

Call Gibbs Wright Lawyers today about your caveat or writ matter.