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Ar common law a judgment creditor could not take in execution the land itself; he
could only sue out a writ of Zevarifaoiae, under which he received the profits as
they accrued, through the sheriif, who thus collected the debt for him (3 Rep.
5 before the entry of the judgment, the judgment will not aifect such charge. It can
only attach upon the interest which remains in the debtor-—-viz., the legal estate
subject to the charge (Whitworth v. Gauguin, 1 Ph. 728). The creditor stands in ...
aflfii-ming e]_ g _ plaintiff heldthe bill of sale valid, but gave leave to appeal (34
W. R. th 2 d f June The de703). This judgment was delivered on e n 0 . fondant,
the execution creditor, gave notice of appeal on the 15th of June for the 29th of J
who should give judgment accordin to the terms of the compromise, or, if he
found there had been none, siould treat the ... the action had been compromised
on the terms above stated, and gave judgment for the plaintiffs for £27, with_costs
B. D. 48-l), “ to constitute, as it were, a new departure in the law applicable to
these cases " ; but that rule which the Judgment says can be applied by any
lawyer in the country is open to two vital objections. First, it does not state the
legal effect ...
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