executory process

executory process
A civil law process which can be resorted to in the following cases, namely:
(1) When the right of the creditor arises from an act importing confession of judgment, and which contains a privilege or mortgage in his favor;
(2) when the creditor demands the execution of a judgment which has been rendered by a tribunal different from that within whose jurisdiction the execution is sought. An accelerated procedure, summary in nature, by which holder of a mortgage or privilege evidenced by an authentic act importing a confession of judgment seeks to effect an ex parte seizure and sale of the subject property, without previous citation, contradictory hearing or judgment. Cameron Brown South, Inc. v. East Glen Oaks, Inc., La.App., 341 So.2d 450, 457

Black's law dictionary. . 1990.

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