amicable scire facias

The revival of a judgment with the consent of the judgment debtor and without the issuance of a writ. Lyon v Cleveland, 170 Pa 611, 33 A 143.

Ballentine's law dictionary. . 1998.

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  • amicable scire facias to revive a judgment — /aemakabal sayriy feyshiyss/ A written agreement, signed by the person to be bound by the revival, in the nature of a writ of scire facias with a confession of judgment thereon, which must be duly docketed, but which requires no judicial action… …   Black's law dictionary

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