Arkansas Code Title 16. Practice, Procedure, and Courts § 16-66-115. Recordkeeping by clerk
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(a) The clerk shall keep a well-bound book in which he or she shall enter an abstract of all executions issued by him or her or out of his or her office, showing:
(1) The date of the execution;
(2) The names of the parties;
(3) The amount of debt;
(6) To what officer and county directed;
(7) The return, if any; and
(8) A reference to the book and page wherein the judgment, order, or decree whereon the execution issued is entered.
(b) Every clerk shall, moreover, keep a regular index in alphabetical order, to the abstract of executions, both by the names of the plaintiffs and of the defendants therein.
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