Early Laws of Texas. General Laws from 1836 to 1879 Also Laws of 1731 to 1835s Found in the Laws and Decrees of Spain Relating to Land in Mexico

Early Laws of Texas. General Laws from 1836 to 1879 Also Laws of 1731 to 1835s Found in the Laws and Decrees of Spain Relating to Land in Mexico

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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. 1891 edition. Excerpt: ...levied on the defendant's g00d3 and chattels, and the manner of executing an attachment shall if" by the oflicer's going to the house in which, or to the person I" whose possession, the defendant's goods or chattels are suPP"sd to be, and then and there declaring, in the presence of one 01' """_' credible persons of the neighborhood, that he attaches the Sflld goods or other effects; from and after which declaration the goods. money and effects so attached shall..remain in the custody Of the oflicer levying on the same, unless the defendant, his or her =_.!f'"t or attorney, or some other person, replevy the same by gW1"%' bond and security in double the amount of the plaintifi's demand conditioned that if the defendant be condemned in the actifilh h_ shall return the specific property attached, and in case be ff" to do so, the securities will do it for him; or unless fillllm be made to the property levied on, and bond given to tl'.Y_l'he right of the same, as in other cases on which the same proceedlllgg may be had, as in trials of the right of property taken by virtue " a jieri facias; in which cases the oflicer shall suffer the propefly to remain in the possession and at the risk of the defendant or claimant. And the said replevin bonds, or bonds for trial Of file right of property, shall be lodged with the clerk or justice "'l'e'e the attachment is returnable; and should any such bond be forfeited according to its conditions, the oflicer taking the same shall forthwith enter thereon the necessary endorsement of forfeiture, and the clerk orjustice shall immediately issue execution on the same against all the obligors therein; which duties...show more

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  • Paperback | 274 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 15mm | 494g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236797108
  • 9781236797100