Park's Annotated Code of the State of Georgia, 1914; Embracing the Code of 1910 and Amendments and Additions Thereto Made by the General Assembly in 1910, 1911, 1912, 1913, and 1914, Together with Complete Annotations from the Volume 4

Park's Annotated Code of the State of Georgia, 1914; Embracing the Code of 1910 and Amendments and Additions Thereto Made by the General Assembly in 1910, 1911, 1912, 1913, and 1914, Together with Complete Annotations from the Volume 4

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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. 1915 edition. Excerpt: ...for proceeds of sale under mortgage fi. fa., answer that he had in his hands fi. fas. against defendant older than mortgage fi. fa., not sufficient, it not appearing that fi. fas. were issued upon judgments older than mortgage. 108/227 (1) (33 S. E. 825). Homestead, where sheriff ruled for not paying over proceeds of sale, answered that property was set apart as, and that ordinary required fund paid over to him, rule discharged. 47/503. Answer that property set aside as homestead not sufficient where fi. fa. levied for debt existing prior to 1868. 55/8" Rules against officers of court. (3). Ignorance and good faith of sheriff not excuse official misconduct. 73/235 (2-b). Illegality: Sheriff ruled for failure to sell cannot set up that he was served with affidavit of illegality, based on his own neglect of duty. 57/161 (1); 72/257 (2). Good defense that he accepted, in good faith, illegality on ground of no judgment to authorize execution; but if he knew ground untenable and accepted illegality to cover his own default, he would be liable. 73/805. Discretion in overruling demurrer to untraverscd answer not controlled where sheriff in good faith was trying to do his duty in accepting illegality. 65/642. Where levy arrested by illegality and sheriff took bond and returned papers to clerk's office, and pending illegality his term of office expired, he was not in default for not selling. 60/410 (2). Injunction is reason for not making money. 50/598. Fact that sheriff was served with injunction four years before not protect him from rule, where he allowed property to leave his possession. 73/235 (2). Judgment obtained by fraud, not set up as protection for not levying. 56/613 (4). Jurisdiction, judgment against sheriff by court not having, ...show more

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