- A person sanctioned to implement a writ of sequestration, which is an order to seize or hold a property
- An individual appointed to hold a property in a state of seizure or legal custody, known as sequestration
- The court appointed a sequestrator to put restrictions on the disputed property until the case was resolved.
- The job of a sequestrator is often complex and requires a strong knowledge of legal proceedings.
- The sequestrator was responsible for handling the assets of the company during the litigation process.