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Any judgment may be immediately executed, and the judgments and orders of the Court shall be enforced by a duly authorized law enforcement officer or officer of the Court, appointed by the Court for such a purpose. Any law enforcement officer shall, upon receipt of an order of the Court, execute the judgment or order made by it within five calendar days of the date of the judgment or order and make a report to the Court on what was done to enforce it. Any law enforcement officer to whom a judgment or order is given for enforcement who fails, in the absence of good faith, or refuses to execute it shall be subject to the payment of reasonable damages, costs, and expenses to a party for failure to execute the judgment of behalf of a tenant obtained under the general Osage Nation civil procedure laws and/or small claims procedure laws. ONCA 11-41, eff. Apr. 12, 2011.