Union County Executions & Liens, 1820-1957
(2,720 records)
(Updated: November 1, 2015)

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Execution & Lien Cases (1820-1957)

These records show the plaintiff, defendant, date and amount of judgment in a case where a creditor seeks redress through the placement of a judgment on and against the personal or real estate property of the debtor through a lien or execution against the debtor’s property.  These actions were commenced under the jurisdiction of a justice of the peace and were filed in the Common Pleas Court.  In 1935, the Common Pleas Court began issues Certificates of Judgment, which served as a substitute and eventually as a replacement for these types of actions.