law term capias in regard tono pay ment for reposest auto
CAPIAS: [Latin, That you take.] The name for several different kinds of writs, or court orders, all of which require an officer to take the defendant into custody.
For example, a capias ad audiendum judicium is a writ that orders the defendant brought back before the court after an appearance in which the person has been found guilty of a misdemeanor. A capias ad satisfaciendum orders the sheriff to take the defendant into custody until a judgment is paid or a discharge is granted on the ground that the defendant is an insolvent debtor. This is a body execution.
Several writs and processes, commanding the sheriff to take the person of the defendant, are known by the name of capias. For example: there are writs of capias ad respondendum, writs of capias ad computandum, writs of capias ad satisfaciendum.
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Normally (uniformly, it could be said), the repossession of a vehicle due to failure to pay payments does not involve the taking into custody of the debtor.