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231 Pa. Code Rule 2953. Successive Actions.

Rule 2953. Successive Actions.

 (a)  Where an instrument authorizes judgments to be confessed from time to time for separate sums as or after they become due, successive actions may be commenced and judgments entered for such sums.

 (b)  If an instrument authorizes entry of judgments for money and in ejectment, the entry of judgment in ejectment shall not prevent the entry of judgment for money.

   Official Note

   Added June 27, 1969. Effective January 1, 1970.

   The limits within which the plaintiff may have satisfaction under one or both of these judgments is a matter of substantive law.



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