poinding

poinding
(pronounced 'pinding') in the Scots law of diligence or legal enforcement, after a charge has expired without payment, sheriff officers or messengers at arms will attend the debtor's premises and make up a schedule listing goods and valuing them to a sum sufficient to cover the debt expenses and the expenses of the poinding. If payment is not made, application is made to the court for a warrant to sell the goods. Certain household goods are excluded, as are tools of a trade and articles for the care and upbringing of children – food, beds and the like. Radical reform is planned by the Scottish Parliament.

Collins dictionary of law. . 2001.

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  • multiple poinding — Double distress,–a Scotch proceeding akin to the modern interpleader, whereby a person in possession of money or goods may have the same distributed to the various claimants who are entitled thereto …   Ballentine's law dictionary


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