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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 ... which forbade alienation, and the first enactment
which allowed a judgment creditor to take possession of the lands of his debtor ...
It is frequently said that a judgment under the old law was a “ general lien ” or a “
charge” oii_ the debtor's lands, but such expressions are inaccurate, and are
misleading unless understood in a restricted sense (5 J arm. Conv. 41). The
A mortgage of land contaming an attornrnent clause consists of two independent
cont1'Y_i0t8—the mortgage of the land and the mortgage of the chattels !61Z€(l'
under the power of distress conferred by the attornment. Granting that the latter ...
F1'rst, the judgment creditor may obtain execution against the debtor's lands, by
suing out an eloyit, or by obtaining an order ... Secondly, the judgment creditor
may obtain a charge on the corpus of the land of the udgment debtor by
As to growing crops, they mean “not assigned together with any interest in the
land on which they grow.” As to fixtures, “not assigned together with a freehold or
leasehold interest in any land or building to which they are annexed.” It should be
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