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Chapter 109

< > Effective - 02 Jan 1979, see footnote    bottom

  109.170.  Clerk to issue summons — proceedings. — When any such statement shall be filed in the clerk's office, as provided in section 109.160, it shall be the duty of the said clerk, if a judgment of execution is intended to be supplied, to issue a summons as in ordinary suits, which summons shall be served in like manner and in the same time as in ordinary suits at law, and upon the return of such summons, duly served, the defendant or defendants may file his or their answer as in ordinary cases at law; and when judgment shall be rendered for the plaintiff or plaintiffs, said judgment, when entered of record, shall specify that the same is rendered upon a former judgment, and when such former judgment was rendered; and said judgment shall take its lien from the rendition of such former judgment.  If said statement is intended to reinstate any inventory, sale bill or order of any county commission or probate division of the circuit court, then no summons shall issue, but the party seeking to establish the same shall cause a notice, setting forth the substance of said paper or order sought to be reinstated, to be served upon the administrator or executor of the estate affected by said order or paper, and also cause a copy of said notice to be set up at the courthouse door, for at least four weeks before the day at which said order or paper is sought to be reinstated.


(RSMo 1939 § 3640, A.L. 1978 H.B. 1634)

Prior revisions: 1929 § 3250; 1919 § 10612; 1909 § 10423

Effective 1-02-79

---- end of effective  02 Jan 1979 ----

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