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FAMILY LAW RULES 2004 - RULE 20.56

Warrant for seizure and detention of property

             (1)  If an order specifies a time for compliance and that time has passed without compliance, a person entitled to enforce the order may seek a warrant authorising an enforcement officer to seize and detain all real and personal property (other than prescribed property) in which the respondent has a legal or beneficial interest.

             (2)  If the respondent complies with the order or is released from compliance, the court may order that the property be returned to the respondent, after the costs of enforcement have been deducted .

   



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