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NOTES:


Codification

Sections 161 to 165 were omitted as expired. See Termination note set out below.
Section 161, act Mar. 8, 1918, ch. 20, § 600, 40 Stat. 448, related to transfers to take advantage of this act.
Section 162, act Mar. 8, 1918, ch. 20, § 601, 40 Stat. 448, related to certificates of military service, persons reported missing, and presumptions.
Section 163, act Mar. 8, 1918, ch. 20, § 602, 40 Stat. 449, related to revocation of interlocutory orders.
Section 164, act Mar. 8, 1918, ch. 20, § 603, 40 Stat. 449, provided that the act of Mar. 8, 1918, remain in force until the termination of the war and for six months thereafter and that the provisions of the Act remain in effect as long as necessary for the exercise or enjoyment of any proceeding, remedy, privilege, stay, limitation, accounting, or other transaction authorized by the Act.
Section 165, act Mar. 8, 1918, ch. 20, § 604, 40 Stat. 449, provided that this Act be cited as the Soldiers’ and Sailors’ Civil Relief Act.

Termination After October 17, 1940

Sections 101 to 104, 111 to 116, 121 to 124, 131 to 146, 151, 152, and 161 to 165 of this Appendix were rendered inapplicable to military service performed after Oct. 17, 1940, under Selective Training and Service Act of 1940 and Army Reserve and Retired Personnel Law of 1940 by section 585 of this Appendix. Some of the sections had previously been made applicable to those 1940 acts by sections 313 and 404 of this Appendix. Present provisions on soldier’s and sailor’s civil relief are contained in section 501 et seq. of this Appendix.

Default Judgments

Act Sept. 3, 1919, ch. 55, 41 Stat. 282, provided that where default judgments were entered and no affidavits required by section 111 of this Appendix had been filed, the plaintiff, on notice, could file an affidavit stating that persons in default were not in military service at time of entry of default judgment and authorized court to enter an order making the judgment effective as of date of entry.

Limitation of Actions on Claims Under Section 123(3)

Act Mar. 4, 1923, ch. 284, 42 Stat. 1510, provided that claims under section 123 (3) of this Appendix must have been asserted prior to Mar. 4, 1923 or within one year thereafter.

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