Donald's debt to Everett is past due. Everett brings a legal action against Donald to collect the debt. To ensure that a judgment in Everett's favor will be collectible, Everett asks the court to order the seizure of Donald's property. This is a request for a. an order that would violate most state laws. b. a writ of attachment. c. a writ of execution. d. a guaranty (or suretyship) contract Larry borrows money from Joan. To use a writ of execution as a remedy, Joan must first a. be unable to redeem Larry's exempt property before a sale will occur. b. notify Larry in writing (in a "writ") of her intent. c. obtain and maintain possession of Larry's property. d. be unable to collect the amount of a judgment against Larry.