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§ 1507. Indexing claims, et cetera

Purdon's Pennsylvania Statutes and Consolidated StatutesTitle 49 P.S. Mechanics' Liens

Purdon's Pennsylvania Statutes and Consolidated Statutes
Title 49 P.S. Mechanics' Liens
Chapter 6. Mechanics' Lien Law of 1963 (Refs & Annos)
Article V. Filing and Perfecting Claim; Discharge of Lien
49 P.S. § 1507
§ 1507. Indexing claims, et cetera
The prothonotary shall enter the claim, verdict and judgment upon the judgment index and mechanics' lien docket against the owner. When a claim, verdict or judgment is stricken, reversed or satisfied, or the name of a defendant is stricken, or an action upon the claim to reduce it to judgment is discontinued, or judgment is entered thereon in favor of the defendant, a note shall be made on the judgment index.


1963, Aug. 24, P.L. 1175, No. 497, art. V, § 507.
Taken from Section 43, Act of 1901, 49 P.S. 241. Omitted, however, is the exception that there was to be no indexing of the judgment “in an appealable matter until after the expiration of the time for appeal.” It is intended that the index reflect the actual state of the record and interested parties be on notice that a judgment is appealable within the statutory time provided for appeal.
Prior Laws:
1901, June 4, P.L. 431, § 43.
49 P.S. § 241.
49 P.S. § 1507, PA ST 49 P.S. § 1507
Current through 2018 Regular Session Act 164 (End)
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