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Definition of Replevin

Replevin
Replevin Re*plev"in (-?n), n. [LL. replevina. See Replevy, and cf. Plevin.] 1. (Law) A personal action which lies to recover possession of goods and chattle wrongfully taken or detained. Originally, it was a remedy peculiar to cases for wrongful distress, but it may generally now be brought in all cases of wrongful taking or detention. --Bouvier. 2. The writ by which goods and chattels are replevied.
Replevin
Replevin Re*plev"in, v. t. (Law) To replevy.

Meaning of Replevin from wikipedia

- Replevin (/rɪˈplɛvɪn/) or claim and delivery (sometimes called revendication) is a legal remedy, which enables a person to recover personal property taken...
- actions in the royal courts was replevin which had its roots in the law of customary courts. Strictly speaking, replevin in its original form was a provisional...
- of whatever was taken, not for the recovery of the property itself (see replevin). Although actions in trover can be traced to the time of Bracton, and...
- control – Rental value – Reorganization – Repair – Repeal – Repentance – Replevin – Reply brief – Reports – Repossess – Represent – Representation – Reprisal –...
- jus tertii arguments are generally insufficient to support actions for replevin because they fail to show that possession is more legitimate in the third...
- materials plus any consequential damages. Alternatively, the owner may s**** replevin (return of the chattel). However, the owner may be limited to damages if...
- majorities in the General ****embly in 1820. The ****embly p****ed a law of replevin that was extremely favorable to debtors. Disgruntled creditors challenged...
- either out of the "appeal of felony", or ****ize of novel disseisin, or replevin. Later, after the Statute of Westminster 1285, in the 1360s, the "tresp****...
- damages. Plaintiff may elect also to sue for conversion, either in the replevin or trover, although these are generally considered older, common law damages...
- remedy to order the borrower to return the goods (prior to judgment) is replevin. The security interest over the collateral is often known as a lien. The...
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