bonis non amovendis

bonis non amovendis
/bownas non eymavendas/ A writ addressed to the sheriff, when a writ of error has been brought, commanding that the person against whom judgment has been obtained be not suffered to remove his goods till the error be tried and determined

Black's law dictionary. . 1990.

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  • bonis non amovendis — /bownas non eymavendas/ A writ addressed to the sheriff, when a writ of error has been brought, commanding that the person against whom judgment has been obtained be not suffered to remove his goods till the error be tried and determined …   Black's law dictionary

  • bonis non amovendis — For not removing the goods, a writ to restrain a judgment debtor from removing his goods pending a writ of error …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • de bonis non amovendis — /diy bownas non eymavendas/ Writ for not removing goods. A writ anciently directed to the sheriffs of London, commanding them, in cases where a writ of error was brought by a defendant against whom a judgment was recovered, to see that his goods… …   Black's law dictionary

  • de bonis non amovendis — /diy bownas non eymavendas/ Writ for not removing goods. A writ anciently directed to the sheriffs of London, commanding them, in cases where a writ of error was brought by a defendant against whom a judgment was recovered, to see that his goods… …   Black's law dictionary

  • de bonis non amovendis — For the nonremoval of goods,–a writ to prevent the removal of goods pending the court s decision on the defendant s writ of error …   Ballentine's law dictionary

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