Code of Alabama - Title 6: Civil Practice - Section 6-6-100 - By whom; execution of bond

Section 6-6-100 - By whom; execution of bond.

The defendant in attachment or, in his absence, a stranger, may replevy the goods or chattels attached, or any part thereof, by executing bond, with sufficient sureties, payable to the plaintiff, in double the value of the property replevied, to be determined by the officer making the levy, with condition that if the defendant fails in the action, the principal in the bond or his sureties will return the specific property attached within 30 days after the judgment, which bond must be returned with the other papers of the case.

(Code 1852, §2536; Code 1867, §2964; Code 1876, §3289; Code 1886, §2964; Code 1896, §555; Code 1907, §2955; Code 1923, §6203; Code 1940, T. 7, §876.)

Last modified: May 3, 2021