1 edition of Handbook on the use of judgment notes in Pennsylvania found in the catalog.
Handbook on the use of judgment notes in Pennsylvania
|Other titles||Judgment notes in Pennsylvania.|
|LC Classifications||KFP536.8 .S5|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||318|
|LC Control Number||61028156|
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Sprenkle, Jr. Edition Notes Includes bibliographical references and index. Supplements and updates: Judgment by confession in Pennsylvania / Richard Henry Klein,and: Handbook on the use of judgment notes in Pennsylvania / Philip Shuchman, Step 3: Obtaining a Pennsylvania Judgment.
There are several ways to obtain money judgments in Pennsylvania. First, creditors can obtain judgments by default. If the defendant fails to file a response to the complaint within thirty (30) days of being served, a default judgment may be entered.
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After 20 years, and absent some extenuating circumstances such as a Bankruptcy proceeding that stays collection of a debt but does not discharge it, or absence from the Commonwealth or concealment of the debtor’s identity by use of a false name to defraud creditors, a judgment becomes ineffective after twenty years.
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When seeking a confessed judgment directly from the prothonotary, the lender was required to present the following documents to the prothonotary: (1) the original of the instrument containing the warrant of attorney; and (2) an affidavit that the judgment is not being entered by confession.
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