15-18 EXECUTION OF JUDGMENTS
EXECUTION OF JUDGMENTS
Writ of execution permitted within twenty years after judgment.
Judgments for money or delivery of property executed against property--Additional
execution against person.
Order and cause of arrest required for execution against person of debtor.
Directions in writ to enforce judgment requiring sale of property--Issue to referee, sheriff
Signature, attestation, and sealing of writ of execution--Officer defined.
Reference in writ to judgment and record information.
Direction in writ to satisfy judgment from debtor's property.
Direction in writ to satisfy judgment from property held by successors, tenants, or trustees.
Execution upon bank asset.
Direction in writ to arrest and commit debtor.
Directions in writ on judgment for delivery of personal property--Recovery of costs and
Judgment included in writ requiring sale of property.
Execution directing application of principal debtor's property before that of surety.
Officer to whom execution issued--Issue at same time in different counties--Real property
sold in county where it lies.
Power of officer to execute writ according to terms.
Endorsement of receipt of writ by officer--Diligent execution--Return of execution.
Payment by debtor to officer holding execution--Officer's receipt as discharge.
Property subject to levy on execution.
Levy not required for sale of property taken by earlier process.
Money under control of court applied to satisfaction by terms of judgment.
Levy on personal property capable of manual delivery.
Levy on judgment--Notice to parties.
Levy on real property--Recording of notice.
Levy on personal property which cannot be moved--Recording of notice.
Levy on domestic animals running at large--Notice to person in possession.
Receipt, entry and indexing of notices filed with register of deeds.
Immovable property and range animals taken into custody--Additional costs not allowed.
Levy on other personal property or demand.
Selection of property likely to bring amount required--Additional levies if required.
Additional levies if amount produced on sale insufficient.
Levy as lien on personal property.
Adverse claim to property levied on--Trial by special jury--Payment and deposit of fees.
Abandonment of execution--Discharge of levies--Subsequent executions.
Partial abandonment of execution--Subsequent executions.
Collection or sale of property levied on.
Money and receivables appropriated to judgment without sale.
Receivables subject to sale or appropriation--Assignment and delivery by officer.
Levy continues against property unsold--New sale or new execution.
Payment of execution proceeds to judgment creditor.
Surplus applied to other executions against debtor.
Surplus deposited in court--Notice to debtor.
Time of return of execution--Extension where levy made.
Contents and verification of return of execution.
Mailing of return of execution issued in another county--Officer not liable for delay in mails.
Neglect of duty by officer as contempt of court--Liability in damages--Amercement.