There is a prescribed form of order for possession to be used1, which requires delivery of possession2 by a specified time and date3. There is also a prescribed form for suspended orders for possession of residential mortgaged property4.
A writ or warrant of possession must not be issued without the permission of the court where:
(1) six years or more have elapsed since the date of the judgment or order;
(2) any change has taken place, whether by death or otherwise, in the parties entitled to enforce the judgment or order, or liable to have it enforced against them5.
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