Definition of Fieri facias
Lat. Means that you "cause (it) to be done.” Judicial writ directing sheriff to satisfy a judgment from the debtor’s property. In its original form, the writ directed the seizure and sale of goods and chattels only, but eventually was enlarged to permit levy on real property, too; largely synonymously with modern writ of execution.
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