A High Court judgment or order for the delivery of any goods which does not give a person against whom the judgment is given or order made the alternative of paying the assessed value of the goods may, depending on the circumstances, be enforced by a writ of delivery to recover the goods without alternative provision for recovery of their assessed value (a 'writ of specific delivery'), by an order of committal or by a writ of sequestration1. A judgment or order for the delivery of any goods or payment of their assessed value may, depending on the circumstances,
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