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Rule 511. Execution


If the costs have not been paid at the end of fifteen days from the date of judgment or from the overruling of a motion for rehearing, the clerk may issue an execution for the costs of the Supreme Court and the Court of Civil Appeals, specifying the amount of each, and attach to said execution a correct list of all costs accruing in each of said courts. The execution shall be directed to the sheriff or any constable of any county of the State of Texas as provided in Rule 629. It shall be the duty of every sheriff or constable receiving such execution to execute and return the same under the same rules, regulations and liabilities as provided for executions from district courts.

Source: Art. 1777.

Change: The execution is not to be addressed to a particular county.

Oct. 29, 1940, eff. Sept. 1, 1941.

Repealed by order of Dec. 5, 1983, eff. April 1, 1984. Rule 447 provides for execution for costs in both the Court of Appeals and the Supreme Court. See also Rule 491.