NSW UCPR Form 60 - Writ of possession by P1OBWG

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									Form 60 (version 3)
Civil Procedure Act 2005 s 104, UCPR 39.1

                                   WRIT OF POSSESSION
COURT DETAILS
Court
#Division
#List
Registry
Case number
TITLE OF PROCEEDINGS
[First] plaintiff                      [name]
#Second plaintiff #Number of
plaintiffs (if more than two)

[First] defendant                      [name]
#Second defendant #Number of
defendants (if more than two)
JUDGMENT DETAILS
Person entitled to execution of judgment        [name] [role of party]
Person liable to execution of judgment          [name] [role of party]
TO THE SHERIFF OF NEW SOUTH WALES AND ALL SHERIFF'S OFFICERS
Description of land
Total amount to be levied for
costs as at date of writ
Enter the land described above and cause the person entitled to execution of judgment to
have possession of it #(but, so as not to disturb the occupation of [name, description and
extent of restriction as directed in the judgment]).

#Levy on the property of the person liable to execution of judgment to the amount referred to
above together with the reasonable costs of execution of this writ.

ISSUING DETAILS

This writ continues to be in force for 12 months from the date of issue or such further time as
is permitted under UCPR 39.20.
Writ issued on
Issued at
Signature
Capacity
Date writ received by Sheriff
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                                    [on separate page]

DETAILS OF PERSON ENTITLED TO EXECUTION OF JUDGMENT
Name
Address for service              #[unit/level number]               #[building name]
                                 [street number]         [street name]       [street type]
                                 [suburb/city]           [state/territory]   [postcode]
#Telephone
#Fax
#Email
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION TO ASSIST SHERIFF’S OFFICE
Is any person in occupation of the  Yes
land pursuant to a right of
occupation under a residential      No
tenancy agreement, within the
meaning of the Residential
Tenancies Act 2010?

								
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