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domicílio dos executados

English translation: judgment debtors´ domicile

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Portuguese term or phrase:domicílio dos executados
English translation:judgment debtors´ domicile

20:27 Apr 5, 2005
Portuguese to English translations [PRO]
Law/Patents - Law (general)
Portuguese term or phrase: domicílio dos executados
Movido no foro do domicílio dos executados, em razão da localização dos bens para penhora, o processo se segue de embargos e passa a se sujeitar a tramitação equivalente à do processo de conhecimento
Ian
judgment debtors´ domicile
Explanation:
Do meu dic. jurídico, executado = judgment debtor

A judgment debtor is a losing defendant in a lawsuit who owes the amount awarded in the judgment to the winner. The term is typically applied to a person who fails to pay the amount of the judgment they owe. An unsatisfied judgment is often noted in a credit report on a judgment debtor issued by various credit reporting agencies.
The property of the judgment debtor is subject to lien, execution and levy by the judgment creditor. There are procedures, which vary by jurisdiction, for locating the assets of a judgment debtor and then attaching their assets or garnishing their income. Such procedures usually involve serving the judgment debtor with a written set of questions (interrogatories) or a verbal questioning under oath (deposition).
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Luiza Modesto
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Local time: 14:04
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domicílio dos executados
judgment debtors´ domicile


Explanation:
Do meu dic. jurídico, executado = judgment debtor

A judgment debtor is a losing defendant in a lawsuit who owes the amount awarded in the judgment to the winner. The term is typically applied to a person who fails to pay the amount of the judgment they owe. An unsatisfied judgment is often noted in a credit report on a judgment debtor issued by various credit reporting agencies.
The property of the judgment debtor is subject to lien, execution and levy by the judgment creditor. There are procedures, which vary by jurisdiction, for locating the assets of a judgment debtor and then attaching their assets or garnishing their income. Such procedures usually involve serving the judgment debtor with a written set of questions (interrogatories) or a verbal questioning under oath (deposition).
http://www.uslegalforms.com/lawdigest/legal-definitions.php/...

Luiza Modesto
Brazil
Local time: 14:04
Native speaker of: Native in EnglishEnglish, Native in PortuguesePortuguese
PRO pts in category: 39

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agree  Jorge Rodrigues
11 mins
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agree  Claudia Costa: Correct!
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agree  Eduardo Queiroz
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