The form of an execution against property, varied to suit the particular case, may
be in substance as follows: “The Commonwealth of Kentucky, to the sheriff of __________ County, greeting: We command you that of the estate of A B, you cause to be made
the sum of $ _____ which C D late in our __________ court hath recovered against him for debt, with interest thereon from the _____ day of __________ until paid; also the sum of $ _____ which to the said C D in the same court was adjudged for his costs in that suit expended,
whereof he is convicted as appears to us of record, and that you have the said sums
of money before our court on the _____ day of __________, to render to the said C D his debt, interest and costs aforesaid and have then there
this writ. Witness.”
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