76.07 Attachment in aid of foreclosure.—Any creditor who is commencing or has commenced an action to foreclose a mortgage on personal property may have an attachment against the property, when the creditor has reason to believe and does believe that:
(1) The property or part of it will be concealed or disposed of so that it will not be forthcoming to answer a judgment on foreclosure.
(2) The property or part of it will be removed beyond the jurisdiction of the court.
(3) The property or part of it is of a perishable character and is being used and consumed by the mortgagor or other parties.
(4) The property or part of it has been disposed of without the consent of the party holding the mortgage, and stating who has the property, if known and if not known, that he or she does not know who has it.
History.—s. 6, Dec. 11, 1824; RS 1640; GS 2104; RGS 3405; s. 1, ch. 8477, 1921; CGL 5258; s. 26, ch. 67-254; s. 373, ch. 95-147.Section: Previous 76.01 76.02 76.03 76.04 76.05 76.06 76.07 76.08 76.09 76.10 76.11 76.12 76.13 76.14 76.151 Next
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