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EXECUTIONS, FROM COURTS OF RECORD–Continued.
May issue for costs, or officers' fees, when not paid,
of injunction, when injunction is made perpetual, .
of property in attachment, when forfeited,
which they are returnable, . . . , 279
for partial satisfaction, &c., .. . . 159, 161
. . 162
have sci. fa. to revive his judgment, and sue out execution
for the residue, • • • •
to be void,
cution, . .
payment of creditors, .
when privilege ceases, . . .
dollars, if other property be produced, .
ed in court, .
Venditioni exponas may issue to sell goods taken by fi. fa, and
not sold, . . .
in execution, . . .
dering personal property to the amount of the execution,
sale of property, and pay the proceeds to the party entitled
to receive it, .
satisfaction on the execution, .
returned to the defendant,
EXECUTIONS, FROM COURTS OF RECORD-Continued.
Lands of estate where personal property is insufficient to pay
debts, how subjected to execution by judgment creditors, • 156
perty, . .
days after made, or be liable to a motion, . . ib.
penalty sor failure, . . . . . 84
ble to execution, . . . . . .
. 167 to 171
. . 171, 172
. ib. ib.
bonds, . . .
For failing to levy execution, make sale of property, and
pay over the proceeds, . . . 163, 164
. 173, 279
over money recovered,
Shall not issue until five days after judgment, unless plaintiff
makes oath that he is in danger of losing his debt by delay, 295
days; over twenty dollars, sixty days, the defendant giving
.. . · 294-5
ings thereon, .
ninety days from issuance,
: . ib,
D ADMINISTRA'Tops .
EXECUTIONS, FROM JUSTICES OF THE PEACE—Continued.
Constable shall release defendant's body, on tender of sufficient
against the same individual, the order in which received,. ib.
insufficient, divide the proceeds among executions received at
the same time,
on execution, .
ceedings thereon, . .
has come from another county, . . . . 170
For failing to return execution,
For failing to make money on an execution, when practicable,
May be decreed by the circuit courts in chancery, and writ of :
Probate of wills and granting letters testamentary shall apper-
Of the county where the testator had a known residence, 449
in the county where he died, or where the greater part of the
estate lies, ..
debtors may be, . . . . . .
court of the county where the intestate had a mansion or
may be, .
tested, . .
his successors in office, . . . 11
widow or next of kin, . . . . . ,
where the executors appointed by will renounce the executor.
EXECUTORS AND ADMINISTRATORS-Continued.
1. To the widow of the deceased, .
will accept it, .
the sheriff or coroner, officially, ..
letters testamentary or of administration, may appeal to the
, . . 250
cedent's estate, in any county in this state,
or grant of letters of administration, . . . .
reporting the estate insolvent, (except for last sickness and
. . . 183
of judgments, and each distributee or devisee may sue out
execution for his part, .
within three months after reporting the estate insolvent,
use, . . .
after the appointment, and an account of sales in three months
after they are made,
case of intestacy, .
corded and preserved, .
praisement on oath, . . . . .
trator, to be prima facie evidence of the value of the estate,
And may render judgment for printer's fees, . .
and dues are insufficient to pay the debts, or for the purpose
of making a more equitable division among the heirs, 180, 181
EXECUTORS AND ADMINISTRATORS—Continued.
Executors and administrators shall give security before receiv-
ing bonds or money after sale by commissioners, . 181
appointed for that purpose, or dies before completing it, 450
administrator gave bond in his lifetime, .
dence, and in the general issue, . .
, 177, 178
entirely, or from the time of taking the new security, . 178
their claims, by advertisement in some public newspaper,
longer than five P. M., but may be adjourned from day to
when cited, .
What suits shall survive against them—See “ Abatement."
No citizen shall be exiled, . . . . . xxxi.
Penalty for taking unlawful fees, or fees when no services have
Sales at fairs excepted from the laws against hawkers and ped-
All grants, conveyances, and devises, to be deemed of estates in