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231 Pa. Code Rule 3122. Venue of stay and other proceedings.

Rule 3122. Venue of stay and other proceedings.

 When the writ is issued to another county, proceedings for stay shall, at the option of the defendant, be taken in the county from which the writ issued or to which it is directed. Interpleader proceedings and all other procedings relating to the levy shall be carried on only in the county where the levy is made.

   Official Note

   By Rule 3141(b) the garnishee is given a similar option as to the venue of the proceedings.

   Rule 2959(a)(i) authorizes the defendant in a confessed judgment to petition to open the judgment in the county in which the judgment is entered or in the county of execution.


   The provisions of this Rule 3122 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 (213408).

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