SATISFACTION OF JUDGMENT
Whenever the amount directed to be paid by any judgment or order, together with interest (if interest accrues) and the Clerk’s statutory charges, must be paid into Court by payment to the Clerk, and such amount is paid, the Clerk must enter satisfaction of said judgment or order. The Court must enter satisfaction of any judgment or order on behalf of the United States upon the filing of a written acknowledgment of satisfaction thereof by the United States Attorney, and in other cases, upon the filing of a written acknowledgment of satisfaction made by the judgment-creditor and the judgment-creditor’s attorney, and by the legal representatives or assigns of the judgment-creditor with evidence of their authority, within two (2) years after the date of entry of the judgment or order, and thereafter upon written acknowledgment by the judgment-creditor or by the judgment-creditor’s legal representatives or assigns with evidence of their authority.
Fed. R. Civ. P. 54, 58, 79(a)(b)