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The steward or overseer of an estate
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A legal officer to whom some degree of authority, care or jurisdiction is committed
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an officer of court having custody of prisoners under arraignment
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{n} an officer that arrests, steward, overseer
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Originally, a person put in charge of something; especially, a chief officer, magistrate, or keeper, as of a county, town, hundred, or castle; one to whom powers of custody or care are intrusted
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An officer of the court responsible for keeping order, maintaining appropriate courtroom decorum and custody of the jury
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Local official or agent
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legal officer to whom some degree of authority, care or jurisdiction is committed
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an organisation or person authorised to repossess your house if you cannot keep up your mortgage payments - despite being much feared by home owners you are highly unlikely to ever meet one unless you fall serioiusly behind with your mortgage payments and/or fail to warn your lender that you are in trouble booking fee guarantees funds or a rate for fixed or capped rate mortgages building societies association (BSA) the trade association of building societies good for advice and info if you have a dispute with your lender - call them on 020 7437 0655 bungalow house in which all of the rooms are at ground level
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An official representative of the courts, who may call round to repossess your possessions or house if you cannot keep up on your mortgage repayments and fail to reach an agreement with your lender to ammend your repayments
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A bailiff is an official in a court of law who deals with tasks such as keeping control in court
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A sheriff's deputy, appointed to make arrests, collect fines, summon juries, etc
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A court officer who assists in court proceedings, serves court documents and carries out court orders eg: warrants to sell property •Civil Courts
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A court officer whose duties are to keep order in the courtroom and to have custody of the jury
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An officer of the court responsible for keeping order and maintaining appropriate courtroom decorum and has custody of the jury
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A court official, who may repossess goods or property belonging to any person or business which fails to maintain their credit payments, and who does not come to any agreement to pay with their creditors
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A person who, in British Columbia, is appointed under the Debt Collection Act who will act or assist any other person to repossess, cease or distrain pursuant to conditions set out in various Acts
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a court attendant
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A court officer (usually a deputy sheriff) whose duties are to keep order in the courtroom and to have custody of the jury See also, cross-reference
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A court attendant who keeps order in the courtroom and has custody of the jury
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an officer of the court who is employed to execute writs and processes and make arrests etc
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{i} law-enforcement clerk; officer who ranks below sheriff
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an officer from the sheriff's department who maintains courtroom order and jury custody
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The person in charge of courtroom procedure and security
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A Court official who can enforce Court orders The Bailiff is allowed to collect money from a person ordered by the Court to pay any amount, and remove tenants ordered from a property by the Court A Bailiff is usually also present at the Court during hearings to check who is present and ensure matters proceed in an orderly fashion
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An officer of the court whose duties are to keep order in the court; could be a sheriff, deputy, or government official
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A manorial lord's local manager, appointed from outside the tenants He watched his lord's interests and conducted relations with the tenants through their representative - the Reeve
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– A bailiff was a minor local official responsible to the sheriff of the county, but the word was often used in a more general sense Royal officials [Articles 18, 19, 61]
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An overseer or under steward of an estate, who directs husbandry operations, collects rents, etc
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A Courtroom assistant to the judge who handles certain courtroom functions including files, jurors, witnesses, and attorneys
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A court attendant who keeps order and is responsible for the custody of the jury
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The official in charge of a portion of the lord’s demesne called a bailiwick
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A court officer or attendant who has charge of a court session in the matter of keeping order and custody of the jury
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A court attendant assigned by a sheriff, marshal, or constable to provide security to the court
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A bailiff is a law officer who makes sure that the decisions of a court are obeyed. Bailiffs can take a person's furniture or possessions away if the person owes money
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A bailiff is a person who is employed to look after land or property for the owner. Officer of some U.S. courts whose duties include keeping order in the courtroom and guarding prisoners or jurors in deliberation. In medieval Europe, it was a title of some dignity and power, denoting a manorial superintendent or royal agent who collected fines and rent, served writs, assembled juries, made arrests, and executed the monarch's orders. The bailiff's authority was gradually eroded by the increasing need to use administrators with legal or other specialized training
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a court attendant whose duties are to keep order in the courtroom and to have custody of the jury
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- A court employee who, among other things, maintains order in the courtroom and is responsible for custody of the jury burden of proof - Measure of proof required to prove a fact Obligation of a party to prove facts at issue in the trial of a case
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