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Relator filed a petition for mandamus to compel the respondent, one of the circuit judges of the City of St. Louis, to assume jurisdiction and take steps to revive a judgment for alimony in favor of relator against her former husband, who was a resident of New Jersey, where notice of the proceedings was personally delivered to him, and who had no property within the state of Missouri. The Missouri statute provided that a revival must be "upon personal service duly had upon the defendant or defendants therein." Held, mandamus denied, on the ground that a personal judgment could not be revived on notice served outside the state against a nonresident. State v. Kirkwood, (Mo. App. 1950) 230 S.W. (2d) 513.
Nancy J. Ringland S.Ed.,
CIVIL PROCEDURE-JUDGMENTS-REVIVAL OF JUDGMENTS ON NOTICE SERVED OUTSIDE THE STATE,
Mich. L. Rev.
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