Nor are they so yet, except by and through a process of attachment execution provided by the Act of 1845, and by process of domestic attachment. ... seized on an ordinary executionasuch as was capable of manual seizure, and of manual surrender by the defendant or his bail. ... So, if there were no service of a summons on the defendant, or appearance by him, the execution on the judgment could notanbsp;...
|Title||:||Pennsylvania State Reports Containing Cases Decided by the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania|
|Author||:||Pennsylvania. Supreme Court|