2013 Mississippi Code
Title 11 - CIVIL PRACTICE AND PROCEDURE
Chapter 7 - PRACTICE AND PROCEDURE IN CIRCUIT COURTS
§ 11-7-183 - Office confession of judgment; how made final
When such statement and acknowledgment are filed, the clerk shall docket the cause on the appearance docket, and at the next term on the motion of the plaintiff, the court shall render judgment thereon for the amount acknowledged to be due, with interest from the first day of the term, and with such stay of execution, if any, as may be stipulated; and such judgment shall be final unless set aside during the term, and shall be as binding and obligatory as a judgment rendered in any other form; and a full and complete final record shall be made therein as in other cases.
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