Forcible Entry and Detainer

SECTION 34-19-6

§ 34-19-6. Judgment and writ of restitution.

Upon the return of verdict for the complainant, the court shall enter up judgment that the complainant have restitution of the premises, with all costs, to be taxed by the court, and shall award a writ of restitution and for costs against the party complained of, in the form following:


(SEAL) To the sheriff of our county of,

or to his or her deputy, Greeting:

Whereas, at a court of inquiry of forcible entry and detainer,

held at in our county of

upon the day of in the year before one of the justices of the superior court,

the jurors impaneled and sworn by our justice did return their verdict in writing, signed by each of them, that

was upon the day of in the

rightful possession of a certain messuage or tract of land (as in the verdict returned), and that (as in the verdict), whereupon it was considered by our court that

should have restitution of the same, we command you, that, taking with you the power of the county, if necessary, you cause to be forthwith removed from the premises,

and to have peaceable possession

of the same, and also that you levy of the goods and chattels and

real estate of the said the sum of

being costs taxed against him or her on the trial aforesaid, together with twenty-five cents (25¢) more for this writ, and also your own fees for levying the same; and for want of such goods and chattels or real

estate of to be by you found, you

are commanded to take the body of

and him or her to commit to jail in, in

county of, there to remain until he shall pay the

sum aforesaid together with all fees arising on the service of this writ or until he is delivered by order of law; and make return of this writ and your doings thereon within twenty (20) days next coming.

Witness the seal of the superior court the day of in the year . Clerk.

(or) Witness my hand and seal the day of in the year . Justice of the superior court.

History of Section.
(P.L. 1908, ch. 1533, § 6; G.L. 1909, ch. 340, § 6; G.L. 1923, ch. 391, § 6; G.L. 1938, ch. 591, § 6; G.L. 1956, § 34-19-6.)