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Alabama Code Title 6. Civil Practice § 6-6-594

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When the action is against persons acting as a corporation without being duly incorporated, the alleged corporation may be joined as a party defendant, and such joinder does not admit its corporate existence or otherwise prejudice the case of the plaintiff. A judgment and execution may go against it by its alleged corporate name, as in other cases.

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