Levy

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Levy, Lévy or Levies may refer to:

Military organizations[edit]

Compulsory government measures[edit]

  • To force someone into military or national service by means of conscription
  • A legal action, where property of a judgment debtor is taken for public sale to satisfy a monetary judgment
  • An imposition of a fine
  • To take money in order to pay off a tax liability
  • To wage war
  • The statutory levy collected from bookmakers in the UK by the Horserace Betting Levy Board

Other uses[edit]

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