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General Court. Act requiring notice on attachments of real estate, 1825
On an unspecified date in 1825, the General Court laid down rules for real estate attachment. A Sheriff or other officer had to tell the Town Clerk
the name of the defendant, a description of the subject property, its value, the name of the plaintiff, the court of jurisdiction, and the time and
date of delivery to the Clerk. The Clerk had to receive and file the information, have an alpha list of people involved, and note when all attachments
were removed from the property. If there were no attachments to a particular property, he was to provide a certificate to that effect to anyone who
asked. There was a paragraph outlining potential fees for the Clerk, but no numbers were filled in, nor was there a date of effect. (Digitized from a
microfilm copy of title originally held by the Massachusetts State Library).
Title:   An act, requiring notice to be given of all attachments of real estate.
OCLC Number:   1367361883
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