Of the first class are the writs of habere facias seisinam. . . . Any type of is subject to seizure under an execution, provided existing laws do not prescribe specific exemptions. Application of the Criminal Code. Equity is the difference between the value of the house and the amount owing on the mortgage.
. With regard to seizures of property, executions are authorized in any action or proceeding in which a monetary judgment is recoverable and in any other action or proceeding when authorized by statute. . . .
. Court, in a proceeding by. To exorcise her infernal influence, they doused her with oil and holy water, set her ablaze, and forced her into the farmhouse fireplace … right in front of those kids she had bewitched. . Interests subject to seizure and sale 57Any interest that a person has in any of the following may be seized and sold by the sheriff under a writ of execution against goods and chattels of that person: a a mineral title as defined in the or any mining plant, machinery, personal property or other material placed on the location of a mineral title by the title holder; b a permit, licence or lease as defined in the or any mining plant, machinery, personal property or other material placed on the location of a licence or lease by the permittee, licensee or lessee; c a permit, licence or lease as defined in the or any property placed on the location of a permit, licence or lease by the permittee, licensee or lessee; d a permit or lease as defined in the or any equipment placed on the location of a permit or lease by a permittee or lessee.
. Or 1 I am acting for the person entitled to enforce the judgment or order referred to in this Affidavit, and I am aware of the facts referred to in this Affidavit. Tried for piracy, probably, and the execution of some, if not all of us. There apparently was no official rule by which judges ordered men hanged at Folsom rather than San Quentin or vice versa. The Supreme Court itself retrenched in the 1970s and 1980s, holding that claims that had not been presented at trial could not be presented on habeas corpus unless the state had somehow blocked the defendant's lawyer from presenting the claim Wainwright v. . .
The notes at the end of this compilation the endnotes include information about amending laws and the amendment history of provisions of the compiled law. . . Service of order for production. .
. Variation and revocation of suppression orders. . It prevented defendants from presenting claims on habeas corpus that they had not presented at trial only if they had made a deliberate decision to withhold the claims, a rare occurrence Fay v. From that date through 1967, 194 people — including four women — were executed by gas, all at San Quentin.
. . Any declaration made by the United Kingdom pursuant to this Article may be modified by a further declaration given at any time thereafter. The writ of execution commands an officer of the court, usually a sheriff, to take the property of the debtor to satisfy the debt. For the purposes of paragraph 1 a an individual shall be treated as domiciled in Canada if and only if he is resident in Canada and the nature and circumstances of his residence indicate that he has a substantial connection with Canada; and b a corporation or association shall be treated as domiciled in Canada if and only if it is incorporated or formed under a law in force in Canada and has a registered office there, or its central management and control is exercised in Canada. Payment of fine to the registering State.
In 1973, the United States Supreme Court held that the death penalty was unconstitutional as it was being administered at that time in a number of states. Application of Division 1 to certain warrants issued by tribunals. . This Division applies to a subpoena, issued by a court or an authority, that is addressed to a person in this Division called the prisoner who: a is in prison in a State other than the place of issue; and b is required to: i attend before a court, authority or person for the purpose of complying with the subpoena; or ii give oral evidence, by audio link or audiovisual link, to a court, authority or person. .
It superseded the 1977 statutes and is the death penalty statute under which California currently operates. In this Division, unless the contrary intention appears: apprehended person means a person apprehended under a warrant. In July 2003, most were still in prison, more than a year and a half after their arrest, with no idea of what was to happen to them. Chapter 2 of the Criminal Code applies to all offences against this Act. . Subject to the other provisions of this Convention a a registered judgment shall, for the purposes of enforcement, be of the same force and effect; b proceedings may be taken on it; and c the registering court shall have the same control over its enforcement, as if it had been a judgment originally given in the registering court with effect from the date of registration. Other process may be served in any part of Australia.
. Order sought by one party only 34 1 If a judgment is registered under an order made without notice to any person a within one month after the registration or within a further period as the registering court may at any time order, notice of the registration must be served on the judgment debtor in the same manner as a notice of civil claim is required to be served, and b the judgment debtor, within one month after he or she has had notice of the registration, may apply to the registering court to have the registration set aside. Releasing a person through a procedure designed to determine whether a detention was legally justified was unnecessary when there was a criminal conviction, because the judge who entered the judgment of conviction had already considered whether the detention was justified. Gross case on April 29, 2015. Persons subject to warrants may be apprehended. Although the State prevailed in the Court of Appeal, it could not carry out the execution until the California Supreme Court proceedings were final.