A stay of any action, proceeding, attachment, or execution, ordered by any court under
this chapter, shall be for the period of military service and ninety days thereafter
or any part of that period, and may be subject to such terms as may be just, including
payment in installments of specified amounts and at such times as the court may fix. Where the person in military service is a co-defendant with others, the plaintiff
may proceed against the others by leave of the court.
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