(a) Notwithstanding any terms of the temporary protective order, the defendant may
issue any number of checks against any ofthe defendant's accounts in a financial institution in this state to the extent permitted by this section.
(b) The defendant may issue any number of checks in any amount for the following purposes:
(1) Payment of any payroll expense (including fringe benefits and taxes and premiums
for workers' compensation and unemployment insurance) falling due in the ordinary
course of business prior to the levy of a writ of attachment.
(2) Payment for goods thereafter delivered to the defendant C.O.D. for use inthe defendant's trade, business, or profession.
(3) Payment of taxes if payment is necessary to avoid penalties which will accrue
if there is any further delay in payment.
(4) Payment of reasonable legal fees and reasonable costs and expenses required for
the representation of the defendant in the action.
(c) In addition to the checks permitted to be issued by subdivision (b), the defendant
may issue any number of checks for any purpose so long as the total amount ofthe checks does not exceed the greater of the following:
(1) The amount by which the total amount on deposit exceeds the sum of the amountsought to be secured by the attachment and the amounts permitted to be paid pursuant to subdivision (b).
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