ISSUES, TRIAL AND JUDGMENT IN CIVIL ACTIONS
MANNER OF GIVING AND ENTERING JUDGMENT — LIEN AND SATISFACTION
10-1115. Additional procedure for satisfaction of judgment — Disposition of money. As a further procedure for the satisfaction of a judgment, and in addition to the satisfaction of a judgment as provided by law or rule of court, any person, against whom exists a judgment for the payment of money or who is interested in any property upon which any such judgment is a lien, may pay the amount due on such judgment to the clerk of the court in which such judgment was rendered, and such clerk shall thereupon release and satisfy such judgment upon the records of said court and the county in which such judgment was rendered; and if such judgment has been entered in the records or docketed in any other county than the county in which it was rendered, then a certified copy of the release and satisfaction herein provided to be entered may be recorded in such other county, and the clerk of such other county shall thereupon release and satisfy such judgment upon the records of such other county. Unless the clerk of the court in which such judgment was rendered sooner turns over the money paid to him on such judgment to the person determined by such court to be entitled thereto, he shall turn the same over to the county treasurer of his county, who shall give said clerk duplicate receipts therefor; and one of said receipts shall be filed with the papers in the case in which such judgment was rendered, and the other shall be retained by said clerk. Said county treasurer shall at any time pay said money over to the person who shall be determined to be entitled thereto by the order of the court in which such judgment was rendered.
[10-1115, added 1955, ch. 4, sec. 1, p. 6.]