Arkansas Constitution of 1874 Art. 9, § 2. Exemptions of personal property--Married residents--Heads of families
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The personal property of any resident of this State, who is married or the head of a family, in specific articles to be selected by such resident, not exceeding in value the sum of five hundred dollars, in addition to his or her wearing apparel, and that of his or her family, shall be exempt from seizure on attachment, or sale on execution or other process from any court, on debt by contract.
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