Execution on Judgments in Arizona

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Execution of a judgment is a process where the sheriff or constable seizes property of a judgment-debtor and then sells that property at a public sale. The money realized from the sale is then used to reduce the balance of the civil judgment. Before the sheriff can take any action, a writ of execution must be issued by an Arizona court. A creditor can only get a writ of execution if you have a valid civil judgment.

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