Ward of Court is the name given to a minor who is the subject of a wardship order. The order ensures that custody of the minor is held by the Court with day to day care of the minor being carried out by an individual(s) or local authority. As long as the minor remains a…
Wardship is a High Court action of making a minor a ward of court.
Warrant of Committal is imprisonment for failing to comply with the terms of an order of Court.
Warrant of Delivery is a method of enforcing a judgment for the return of goods (or value of the goods) whereby a bailiff is authorised to recover the goods (or their value) from the debtor and return them to the creditor.
A court order authorizing the *detention of an arrested person.
Warrant of Execution is a method of enforcing a judgment. The bailiff is authorised to remove goods belonging to a defendant from their home or business for sale at public auction.
Warrant of Possession gives court bailiffs the authority to take possession of a property and evict the defendant in cases where an order for possession has been granted by a court.
Warrant of Restitution is a remedy available following illegal re-entry of premises by persons evicted under a warrant of possession. The bailiff is authorised to evict all occupants found on the premises and re-deliver the premises to the plaintiff.
A written statement of good quality of merchandise, clear title to real estate or that a fact stated in a contract is true. An “express warranty” is a definite written statement and “implied warranty” is based on the circumstances surrounding the sale or the creation of the contract.
This determines whether a property is connected to the mains water, mains drainage and ‘surface water drainage’. The search will also reveal whether there are any publicly maintained drains running through the land, which is important as building near some types of pipes without the water company’s approval is an offence.