CAUTIONARY JUDGMENT - Black's Law Dictionary

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Where an action in tort was pending and the plaintiff feared the defendant would dispose of his real property before judgment, a cautionary judgment was entered with a lien on the property; Seisner v. Blake, 13 Pa.Co.Ct.R. 333; so in an action on a note against a religious association, where it was alleged that the defendant was endeavoring to sell its real estate before judgment on the note; Witmer & Dundore v. Port Treverton Church, 17 Pa.Co.Ct.R. 38.

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