565. The court may order a different time limit for the execution of a judgment than those prescribed by Book VIII and, for instance, authorize earlier execution of the judgment if the creditor establishes, in an affidavit, a fact that justifies a seizure before judgment.
The court may also authorize the debtor to execute the judgment by means of instalments to be paid to the creditor in accordance with terms specified by the court. The debtor loses the benefit of the term on defaulting on an instalment and failing to remedy the default within 10 days.
If the value of the property that is subject to execution proceedings exceeds $15,000, the court may order that the matter be transferred to the court that is competent to deal with claims in that amount, for continuation of the execution procedings.