Digest of the Opinions and Briefs of the Solicitor of the Treasury, January 1, 1880 to December 31, 1910 Volume 2

Digest of the Opinions and Briefs of the Solicitor of the Treasury, January 1, 1880 to December 31, 1910 Volume 2

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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: ... through foreclosure and reorganization proceedings can not defeat a judgment lien of the United States. Aug. 11, 1899. Same--Effect of Stay of Execution.--A stay of execution, made by the court, does not affect the execution lien. (To U. S. Atty., N. Ala.) Feb. 16, 1886. Same--Extent.--The act of August 1, 1888 (25 Stat., 357), was merely to restrict or limit the extent of the lien of judgments and decrees of United States courts. Prior to said act the lien of such a judgment was coextensive with the territorial jurisdiction of the court by which it was rendered. (To U. S. Atty., E. La.) Jan. 10, 1906. Same--Idem Sonans.--A judgment against Benjamin F. would not be a lien on lands belonging to Beniville F. Jan. 29, 1906. (To U. S. Atty., Ind.) Apr. 17, 1906. Same--On Debtor's Property--Release.--The Secretary of the Treasury can not release the lien of a judgment on a debtor's property; only Congress can do that. (To U. S. Atty., N. 111.) Aug. 3, 1897. Same--Registering.---A judgment recovered prior to the act of August 1, 1888 (25 Stat., 357), becomes a lien upon its entry in the index or docket kept by the clerk as provided in said act, upon the property of the judgment debtor remaining in him or his heirs at the time of entry. Under such circumstances the act would not be retroactive, and a person afterwards purchasing could not so claim. (To Atty. Gen.) June 2, 1910. Same--Same.--It is doubtful whether prior to the act of 1888 a judgment, without being docketed according to State law, was a lien within the territorial jurisdiction of the court. Ib. Same--Same--Statute of Limitations.--Where the title to property was in the judgment debtor or his heirs until after the passage of the act of 1888, and the judgment was indexed in accordance...show more

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