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Alabama Code Title 6. Civil Practice § 6-6-622

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(a) When application is made to the circuit judge, register, or clerk for the appointment of a receiver, such circuit judge, register, or clerk must, before making such appointment, require the applicant to enter into bond, with surety, in such sum as the circuit judge, register, or clerk may prescribe, payable to the opposite party, and to be approved by the judge, register or clerk, with condition to pay all damages which any person may sustain by the appointment of the receiver if such appointment is vacated or receiver removed or discharged because improvidently appointed.

(b) Any person damaged by the appointment of the receiver in the event such appointment is vacated or discharged, as provided in subsection (a) of this section, may recover, by an action upon such bond, in his own name, all damages so sustained, not exceeding the penalty of the bond.

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