HOW JUDGMENT IS SATISFIED- Recovery of the plaintiff
> Where judgment is rendered against the government, execution shall first issue against the persons who have been joined as co-defendants, and if the execution is returned unsatisfied, then the damages awarded by the court shall be assessed against the Assurance fund
> But the plaintiff cannot recover as compensation more than the fair market value of the land at the time he suffered the loss, damage or deprivation thereof
> In every case, where payment has been made by the National Treasurer, the government shall be subrogated to the rights of the plaintiff against any other parties or securities, and any amount recovered shall be paid to the account of the Assurance Fund
Section 97. Judgment, how satisfied. If there are defendants other than the National Treasurer and the Register of Deeds and judgment is entered for the plaintiff and against the National Treasury, the Register of Deeds and any of the other defendants, execution shall first issue against such defendants other than the National and the Register of Deeds. If the execution is returned unsatisfied in whole or in part, and the officer returning the same certificates that the amount due cannot be collected from the land or personal property of such other defendants, only then shall the court, upon proper showing, order the amount of the execution and costs, or so much thereof as remains unpaid, to be paid by the National treasurer out of the Assurance Fund. In an action under this Decree, the plaintiff cannot recover as compensation more than the fair market value of the land at the time he suffered the loss, damage, or deprivation thereof.