The General Code of Ohio

The General Code of Ohio

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1920 edition. Excerpt: ...shall be held to apply, so far as applicable, to the municipal court. Provided that a person against whom a judgment has been rendered in the municipal court may stay execution thereon by entering into a bond to the adverse party within ten days after the rendition of such judgment, with sufficient surety, who shall be a freeholder owning real property situated in the city of Zanesville, or a corporation authorized to execute surety bonds in this state, approved by the clerk of the court or a deputy, and conditioned for the payment of the amount of such judgment, interests, costs and costs that accrue. Such bonds shall be entered on the docket of the clerk of the court and shall be signed by such surety. Vi/here a freeholder of the city of Zanesville is a surety, and? said undertaking shall be a lien on the real property of said freeholder situated in the city of Zanesville from the time of signing the undertaking until the judgment and all costs in the case upon which the stay' of execution has been granted and satisfied. The stay of execution hereby authorized shall be graduated as follows: First: On a judgment of fifty dollars and under, for thirty days. Second: On a judgment exceeding fifty dollars, for-ninety da s. yHlSTOR'.--107 v. 122 (121), g 2a, SEC. 1579-353. 24. A clerk for said municipal court shall be chosen and shall receive such compensation payable out of the treasury of the city of Zanesville as the city council may prescribe. Deputies to the clerk shall be designated as hereinafter provided iii this act G. C. 1579-330 to 1579-366. SEC. 1579-354. 25. The clerk of the municipal court shall have power to administer oaths. take affidavits and issue executions upon any judgment rendered in the..."show more

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  • United States
  • English
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