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(a) This chapter shall not affect Section 43-2-113 insofar as it relates to claims against the heir, legatee, or devisee.
(b) The limitations provided in this chapter do not apply to such actions as concern the trade of merchandise between merchants and merchants, or their agents and factors, while the accounts between them are current.
(c) The provisions of this chapter do not apply to actions to enforce the payment of bills, notes, or other evidences of debt issued or put in circulation as money.
(d) This chapter shall not apply to any liens to secure the payment of taxes or liens arising out of the signing of any bond by any public official.
The receiver has, under the control of the Court, power to bring and defend actions in his own name, as receiver; to take and keep possession of the property, to receive rents, collect debts, to compound for and compromise the same, to make transfers, and generally to do such acts respecting the property as the Court may authorize.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Alabama Code Title 6. Civil Practice § 6-2-2 - last updated January 01, 2019 | https://codes.findlaw.com/al/title-6-civil-practice/al-code-sect-6-2-2/
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