What is a Floyd order? 1 Answers as of August 12, 2011

I have been just given a final order by a judge and here is the following quote: "At this time the Court declines to enter a Floyd Order but the Plaintiff may set this matter down for a compliance hearing at any time and ask that a Floyd Order be entered for any and all future installments due under this Order.

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A Floyd order is a self-executing incarceration order. It typically would say, "Defendant has 30 days to pay the Sheriff's office the amount of $xxx, and if he does not, he must report to the Sheriff's office for incarceration." If the Defendant does not pay the amount due or show up to the Sheriff's office, a warrant for his arrest is issued.
Answer Applies to: Georgia
Replied: 8/12/2011
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