In law, a writ authorizing a law-enforcement official to take into custody the property of a defendant in order to enforce a judgment or to preserve the property until a judgment is rendered. In some civil-law jurisdictions, contested property may be deposited with a third party until it is determined to whom it properly belongs.
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Sequestration, Science, and the Law: An Analysis of the Sequestration Component of the California and Northeastern States' Plans to Curb Global Warming
Sep 22, 2007; I. INTRODUCTION II. CARSON DIOXIDE sequestration SCIENCE A. Forests: B. Agriculture C. Carbon Capture and Storage III....
Sequestration Poses Economic Threat to School Districts Nation-Wide, New Aasa Study Shows Cuts Will Result in Loss of Personnel and Programs
Jul 10, 2012; ALEXANDRIA, Va -- The following information was released by the American Association of School Administrators: The American...