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“Moore said that according to Tennessee Codes Annotated 39-16-504 - the state's "Replevin" law - public records cannot be bought or sold.”
“Replevin, simpleton, 'tis Dingley I mean; but it is a hard word, and so I'll excuse it.”
“For this purpose resort was had to the Writ of Personal Replevin.”
“Tennessee has a Replevin law that allows for the restoration of public documents to public control," Moore said.”
“Replevin cases in Tennessee do not always involve famous figures in Tennessee history.”
“Moore has become a national authority on the subject of Replevin laws, acting as chairman of a national task force for the Council of State Archivists which is dedicated to stopping the trafficking of government records”
“When and where Replevin ought to be. madt* 139, 140”
“Replevin is applied to the Iheriffs to take pledges and Bail to fuperior courts.”
“Replevin of goods and cattle, avowry for a diilrefs for rent on a leafe for a year.”
“Replevin for goods in the borough - court of IVindfor, held by letters pa -”
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