2020 Ohio Revised Code
Title 23 | Courts-Common Pleas
Chapter 2325 | Relief After Judgment
Section 2325.15 | Revivor of Dormant Judgment or Finding.

Effective: January 9, 1961

Latest Legislation: House Bill 1 - 104th General Assembly

When a judgment, including judgments rendered by a judge of a county court or mayor, a transcript of which has been filed in the court of common pleas for execution, is dormant, or when a finding for money in equitable proceedings remains unpaid in whole or in part, under the order of the court therein made, such judgment may be revived, or such finding made subject to execution as judgments at law are, in the manner prescribed for reviving actions before judgment, or by action in the court in which such judgment was rendered or finding made, or in which transcript of judgment was filed.

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