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231 Pa. Code Rule 3106. Substitution, reissuance and expiration of writ.

Rule 3106. Substitution, reissuance and expiration of writ.

 (a)  Upon praecipe stating that a writ has been lost or destroyed a substituted writ may be issued.

 (b)  A writ may be reissued at any time, and any number of times, by endorsement thereon by the prothonotary of the word ‘‘reissued’’.

 (c)  A reissued writ may name a garnishee not originally named.

 (d)  A writ shall not be served nor shall a levy or attachment be made thereunder after the expiration of ninety days from the date of issuance or reissuance. After levy or attachment has been made under the writ within the ninety day period it shall remain valid without further reissuance for the purpose of completing the pending execution proceedings under the levy or attachment.


   The provisions of this Rule 3106 adopted March 30, 1960, effective November 1, 1960; amended April 12, 1999, effective July 1, 1999, 29 Pa.B. 2281. Immediately preceding text appears at serial pages (243902) to (243903).

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