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231 Pa. Code Rule 3115. Writs of several plaintiffs; notation of levy.

Rule 3115. Writs of several plaintiffs; notation of levy.

 (a)  A levy upon tangible personal property under any valid writ shall be a levy upon said property under every valid writ of any plaintiff against the same defendant then in the hands of the sheriff. The levy shall be noted on each writ.

 (b)  When tangible personal property has been levied upon and the property remains subject to the levy or the proceeds of the sheriff’s sale thereof remain in the hands of the sheriff, a levy upon the property or proceeds under a later writ against the same defendant may be made by notation of levy upon the later writ. The sheriff shall also make an actual levy if the plaintiff so directs.

 (c)  The stay of a writ, abandonment of a writ or a levy thereunder, release of property from levy or setting aside of a writ or levy, shall not affect any levy made or proceeding taken under any other writ prior to such action, unless the court otherwise directs.


   The provisions of this Rule 3115 adopted March 30, 1960, effective November 1, 1960; amended April 20, 1998, effective July 1, 1998, 28 Pa.B. 2026. Immediately preceding text appears at serial page (213405).

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