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Case on Judgment Liens Instructive on Many Levels

, The Legal Intelligencer

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In an opinion filed on Feb. 13, the Pennsylvania Superior Court strictly upheld the general commonwealth rule that a purchaser of real property is not bound to look for judgments beyond the local judgment index. The decision is also noteworthy because it is the first appellate decision to apply Rule 3023 of the Pennsylvania Rules of Civil Procedure to determine the priority of liens arising from confession of judgment.

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