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Receiptor

Re`ceipt´or   Pronunciation: rė`sēt´ẽr
n.1.(Law) One who receipts; specifically (Law), one who receipts for property which has been taken by the sheriff.

RECEIPTOR. In Massachusetts this name is given to the person who, on a trustee process being issued and goods attached, becomes surety to the sheriff to have them forthcoming on demand, or in time to respond the judgment, when the execution shall be issued. Upon which the goods are bailed to him. Story, Bailm. Sec. 124, and see Attachment; Remedies.

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Receditur a placitis juris
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