1. An execution is a judgment rendered against a defendant.
a. A demand on execution for money judgment is when the deputy makes a demand on the defendant for the amount owed on a judgment plus post-judgment interest and sheriff's fees and poundage.
b. An asset seizure on executions means that a deputy can seize non-exempt personal property of a defendant on execution for money judgment if defendant refuses to pay on demand.
c. Trustee execution is an execution issued against the defendant and the trustee, ordering the trustee to turn over the assets of the defendant that were being held at the time of service of the summons to trustee, to the sheriff.
d. Real estate levy or seizures is the recording of an execution for the purpose of putting a lien on a defendant’s specific property.
e. A sheriff’s sale on executions is a public auction by the sheriff of a defendant’s real or personal property that has been seized and levied on execution.