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Civil warrants

Supreme and District Courts - Civil

A civil warrant is used to enforce a judgment or an order of the court. The warrant is generally requested by the successful party in a civil proceeding and directs someone to take particular action.

These warrants can only be issued after a court’s judgment or order has been filed.

There are several types of civil warrants including:

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