Annotated Practice Code; The Missouri Code of Civil Procedure

Annotated Practice Code; The Missouri Code of Civil Procedure : Containing All the Statute Laws Regulating Civil Actions, and Special Proceedings for the Enforcement of Civil Rights, Annotated: With Full and Complete Notes and Volume 2

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1901 edition. Excerpt: ...a kind specifically exempted by statute, and if it is not affirmatively shown that it constituted all the property owned by the debtor at the time of sale, and that it was exempt because less than That a debtor is about to remove from the state will not justify the levying of an execution on his property that is exempt from execution. State, etc., v. Knott, 19 App. 151. three hundred dollars in value. State, etc., v. Koch, 40 App. 635. See State, etc., 1: . Koch, 47 App. 269; State, ex rel., v. Pruitt, 65 App. 1547 An execution debtor can not claim full exemptions against the same creditor on each of several successive levies of execution under the same judgment, but when part of his exemptions has been set apart under one levy the residue may be set apart under another. State, etc., v. Carroll, 24 App. 358. A law exempting from execution working animals of a named value, does not exempt one which is of greater value. State, etc., v. J ungling, 116 Mo. 162. If an attachment is sued out on the ground that the debtor is about to remove from the state, and property is attached and judgment rendered ordering the sale thereof, the debtor can not claim such property as exempt under the general exemption law. State, ea: rel., v. Kingsbury, 33 App. 519. An execution debtor may sell and transfer any property free from the claims of his creditors that is specifically declared by statute as exempt from sale under execution; but as to property which he may select in lieu of such specifically exempted property, he can not sell or transfer free from the claims of creditors until after the same has been actually selected. Stotesbury v. Kirtland, 35 App. 148; Hombs 0. Corbin, 20 App. 497. See Hombs v. Corbin, 34 App. 393. 1409. (3160) When owned by a..show more

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  • Paperback | 458 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 24mm | 812g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 123679981X
  • 9781236799814