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levari facias

noun le·vari fa·ci·as \lə-ˈvar-ˌī-ˈfā-shē-əs, le-ˈvä-rē-ˈfä-kē-ˌäs\

Legal Definition of levari facias

  1. :  a common-law writ of execution for the satisfaction of a judgment debt from the goods and lands of the judgment debtor —used chiefly in Delaware — compare fieri facias

Origin and Etymology of levari facias

New Latin, you should cause to be levied

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to criticize severely

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