California Code of Civil Procedure Section 482.090
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482.090. (a) Several writs in the same form may be issued
simultaneously or from time to time upon the same undertaking,
whether or not any writ previously issued has been returned.
(b) After the return of the writ of attachment, or upon the filing
by the plaintiff of an affidavit setting forth the loss of the writ
of attachment, the clerk, upon demand of the plaintiff at any time
before judgment, may issue an alias writ which shall be in the same
form as the original without requirement of a new undertaking.
(c) The date of issuance of a writ of attachment shall be deemed
to be the date the writ is first issued.
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Last modified: March 17, 2014