Legal Definition and Related Resources of Judgment In Quasi Rem
Meaning of Judgment In Quasi Rem
These are judgments in the nature of a judgment in rem against a person with respect to particular property . Affects the interest of particular persons in designated property and refers to actions in which the plaintiff is seeking to secure a pre-existing claim in the subject property and to distinguish or establish the nonexistence of similar interests of particular persons; also, the term refers to judgments in actions in which the plaintiff seeks to apply what he concedes to be the property of the defendant to the satisfaction of a claim against him. See Shaffer v Heitner, 433 U.S. 186, 97 S.Ct. 2569, 53 L.Ed.2d683.
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