fi|e|ri fa|ci|as


fi|e|ri fa|ci|as
fi|e|ri fa|ci|as «FY uh ry FAY shee as»,
a writ issued after the award of a judgment for a sum of money, commanding the sheriff to levy upon the goods or the lands of the debtor for the collection of the amount due.
[< Latin fierī facias cause it to be made!]

Useful english dictionary. 2012.


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