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GEORGE HOWARD, ESQ. GOVERNOR.

1831.

James Stewart shall not be authorised to hare or claim any

CHAP. 294

right, title or interest in, the estate, real, personal or mixed

 

of the said Henrietta T. Stewart, whether acquired by the

 

said Henrietta T. Stewart prior to, or to be acquired by

 

her after the passage of this act, nor shall the said Henri-

 

etta be entitled in any manner to have or claim any right,

 

title or interest in the estate, real, personal or mixed of the

 

said James Stewart, whether acquired by the said James

 

prior to, or to be acquired by him after the passage of this

 

act.

 

Sec. 3. And be it enacted, That the said Henrietta T.

Liabilities annul-

Stewart, shall not be liable for debts contracted by the said

led.

James Stewart, nor shall the said James Stewart be liable

 

for any debts contracted by the said Henrietta after the

 

passage of this act.

 

CHAPTER 294.

 

An act relating to Judgments and Decrees obtained in the

Passed Mar 13,1832

several courts of this stale.

 

Be it enacted by the General Assembly of Maryland, That

Receipt required.

upon any payment, either in part or in full, of any judgment

 

or decree rendered in any of the county courts of this

 

state, court at appeals or court of chancery, it shall be the

 

duty of the plaintiil receiving such payment, his agent or

 

attorney, to execute a receipt to the defendant tor 'the

 

amount thereof, on a short copy of said judgment or decree

 

to be tendered to the plaintiff, his agent or attorney by the

 

defendant, which shall be attested by some creditable wit-

 

ness, which said receipt may be filed in the office of the

 

clerk or register, where such judgment or decree was ren-

 

dered, and it shall thereupon be the duty of the said courts

 

respectively, immediately to enter the said judgment or de-
cree satisfied, if the said courts respectively shall be satisfied
that the said receipt was executed as it may purport to he;
Provided, That the said receipt purports to be in full, and

Entry of 'satisfied'.
Proviso.

should the said receipt purport to be in part payment

 

only, said courts shall make a like entry for the amount

 

specified in said receipt to have been paid; and in either

 

case said courts shall note on the docket the date of said re-

 

ceipt, and also when left on file, and for every such entry

 

the clerk or register of said courts, as the case may be,

 

shall be entitled to receive ten cents at the time of making

 

the same.

 


 
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