Definition of Distrainable. Meaning of Distrainable. Synonyms of Distrainable

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Definition of Distrainable

Distrainable
Distrainable Dis*train"a*ble, a. Capable of being, or liable to be, distrained. --Blackstone.

Meaning of Distrainable from wikipedia

- person (the distrainor), traditionally even without prior court approval, seizes the personal property of another located upon the distrainor's land in...
- taken in distress) with damages for the loss sustained by such action. As distrained goods are in the custody of the law, any attempt to take them back by...
- constriction, constrictive, constrictor, constringe, constringency, constringent, distrain, distraint, distress, district, restrain, restraint, restrict, restriction...
- courts. In practice, the voutileads a team of ****istant distrainers who process most distrainments/garnishments. In modern Dutch, the word voogd is the primary...
- and, if necessary, visit the homes and companies of debtors to seize (distrain) property. The authority also has the right to withhold money directly...
- nonpossessory (cf. OE bād, OFr nam, nant, OHG pfant, L pignus oppositum), i.e., distrained on the maturity date, and the latter essentially gave rise to the legal...
- or impleading; as. 1. A man may have his writ or mesne, before he be distrained. 2. A warrantia chartae, before he be imploded. 3. A monstraverunt, before...
- be distrained on for rent if there be other sufficient distress to be found, and if such other distress be not found, and the cattle be distrained, the...
- officials to execute searches, arrests, imprisonments, garnishments, distrainments, seizures, deportations and similar actions. However, judges also supervise...
- favorable decision in 1760 obliging the Society to pay, and giving leave to distrain in the case of non-payment. The Jesuits, on the advice of their lawyers...
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