Digest of the Opinions and Briefs of the Solicitor of the Treasury, January 1, 1880 to December 31, 1910 Volume 1

Digest of the Opinions and Briefs of the Solicitor of the Treasury, January 1, 1880 to December 31, 1910 Volume 1

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1911 edition. Excerpt: ...a fine in a criminal case stands upon the same footing as to docketing in the State office in the county where the debtor resides as a judgment in a civil cause. (To U. S. Atty., M. Ala.) June 4,1907. Same--Discretion of District Attorney.--The question of the docketing in State offices of Federal judgments for fines against insolvent persons on the mere possibility of their acquiring property in future, is one for the exercise of the discretion of United States attorneys. (To U. S. Atty., M. Ala.) June 11, 1907. Dormant--Definition. (To U. S. Atty., E. La.) Sept. 13, 1910. Same--Revival Proceeding.--Such judgments as would be dormant under State law should be revived by such proceeding as would be necessary to revive a judgment of the State courte. (To U. S. Atty., E. La.) Sept. 8, 1910. Excess of Set-Off.--A judgment can not be rendered against United States for excess of set-off. (To U. S. Atty., Nebr.) Feb. 2, 1898. Execution on Judgment Compromised.--Where a judgment was compromised, but left unsatisfied on the records at request of debtors, the Government can not afterwards issue execution. Mar. 20, 1886. Forfeited Recognizance-Dismissal.--Tin.-Government should not move for dismissal of suit on forfeited bail bond. (To Atty., S. Ga.) Feb. 20, 1904. Same--Disposition Collections.--Money recovered on forfeiture of recognizance judgments should be paid into Treasury. June 11, 1903. Same--Enforcement Where Equities.--Relief in such cases should be sought under section 1020, R. S., or compromise. (To Atty. Gen.) Mar. 30, 1910. (To U. S. Atty., N. Ala.) Apr. 1,1910. Same--Same.--Judgment in such cases should be set aside, or offers of compromise made. (To U. S. Atty., N. Ala.) Apr. 15,1910. Same--Naming Sureties.--That the final judgment in the...show more

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