non omittas propter liberatem (non <<schwa>>-mit-<<schwa>>s prop-t<<schwa>>r lib-<<schwa>>-ray-t<<schwa>>m). [Latin “do not omit because of any liberty”] Hist. A clause, usu. contained in writs of execution, directing the sheriff to execute the writ regardless of whether the sheriff had been granted the requisite special authority from a franchise (liberty) or district. [Cases: Execution 60. C.J.S. Executions §§ 57–58.]

[Blacks Law 8th]