fieri facias[fīˌə-rē fāˈshē-əs, fāˈshəs]
fieri facias definition by American Heritage Dictionary
A writ of execution authorizing a sheriff to lay a claim to and seize the goods and chattels of a debtor to fulfill a judgment against the debtor.
Origin: Middle English, from Medieval Latin fierī faciās, you should cause (it) to be done (words used in the writ) : Latin fierī, to be done + Latin faciās, second person sing. present subjunctive of facere, to do, cause.