Where the limitation of actions is concerned, no question arises as to whether a judgment is a contract if the legislature has made specific provision for judgments.1 Where no such provision is made, a domestic judgment has been held not to be a written contract or a specialty2 but foreign judgments,3 a judgment rendered by a justice of the peace4 and findings of fact by a court,5 such as a finding of the amount due on foreclosure, there being no prayer for personal judgment,6 have been held specialties, or at least contracts of record governed by the statute of limitations which provides for specialties.