-314the entry of the judgment, the issuing of execution thereon is stayed or enjoined by any judgment or order of court, or by operation of law or the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, the time during which it is so stayed or enjoined is excluded from the computation of the five years within which execution may issue. § 542. Issuance of execution; form and contents A writ of execution shall be issued in the name of the Government of the Canal Zone, sealed with the seal of the court, and subscribed by the clerk, and be directed to the marshal, and intelligibly refer to the judgment, stating the court, the division where the judgment is entered, and if it is for money, the amount thereof, and the amount actually due thereon, and shall require the marshal to proceed substantially as follows: (1) If it is against the property of the judgment debtor, it shall require the marshal to satisfy the judgment, with interest, out of the property of the debtor. (2) If it is against property in the hands of the personal representatives, heirs, devisees, legatees, tenants, or trustees, it shall require the marshal to satisfy the judgment, with interest, out of such property. (3) If it is against the person of the judgment debtor, it shall require the marshal to arrest the debtor and commit him to jail until he pays the judgment, with interest, or is discharged according to law. (4) If it is for the delivery of the possession of property, it shall require the marshal to deliver the possession of the property, describing it, to the party entitled thereto; and it may at the same time require the marshal to satisfy any costs, damages, rents, or profits recovered by the same judgment, out of the property of the person against whom it was rendered, and the value oi the property for which the judgment was rendered to be specified therein if a delivery thereof cannot be had. § 543. Return of execution An execution may be made returnable at any time not less than 10 nor more than 60 days after its receipt by the marshal, to the division in which the judgment is entered. § 544. Methods for enforcement of judgments and orders (a) If a judgment is for money, or the possession of property, it may be enforced by a writ of execution. (b) If a judgment directs that the defendant be arrested, the execution may issue against the person of the judgment debtor, after the return of an execution against his property unsatisfied in whole or part. (c) If a judgment requires the sale of property, it may be enforced by a writ reciting the judgment, or the material parts thereof, and directing the proper officer to execute the judgment, by making the sale and applying the proceeds in conformity therewith. (d) If a judgment requires the performance of any other act than as above designated, a certified copy of the judgment may be served upon the party against whom it is rendered, or upon the person or officer required thereby or by law to obey it, and obedience thereto may be enforced by the court. (e) If an order for the payment of a sum of money is made by a court, it may be enforced by execution in the same manner as if it were a judgment.