EXAMINATIONPRO INTERESSE SUO

EXAMINATIONPRO INTERESSE SUO

examination pro interesse suo (proh in-t[schwa]r-es-ee s[y]oo-oh). [Latin ¡°according to his interest¡±] A judicial inquiry into the merits of a person’s claim to sequestered property. [Cases: Sequestration 18. C.J.S. Sequestration ¡ì¡ì 31¨C32.]

¡°In practice, an examination pro interesse suo is an inquiry described as follows: When any person claims to be entitled to an estate or other property sequestered, whether by mortgage or judgment, lease or otherwise, or has a title paramount to the sequestration, he should apply to the court to direct an inquiry whether the applicant has any and what interest in the property sequestered.¡± 79A C.J.S. Sequestration ¡ì 31, at 589 (1995).


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