Definition of sequestrable in English:

sequestrable

adjective

  • See sequestrate

    • ‘Jurisdictional grounds not accepted by the Regulation could be used in order to avoid a legal vacuum, for example, in a Member State where the defendant debtor has sequestrable assets that otherwise would be beyond the reach of his creditors.’
    • ‘This condition is normally fulfilled, for example, when a defendant foreign manufacturer had exported his products directly to the forum state where they caused the injury which is the basis of the dispute, but not by the mere presence in the forum state of sequestrable assets belonging to a foreign defendant in the case of money claims totally unrelated to that state.’

Pronunciation

sequestrable

/sɪˈkwɛstrəb(ə)l/