When any creditor whose debt is not due, shall make affidavit of any of the last six
grounds for an attachment, or that he has just cause to suspect, and verily believes,
that his debtor will remove himself or his effects out of the state before said debt
will become payable, with intent to hinder, delay, or defraud his creditors, or that
he hath removed, with like intent, leaving property in this state, and shall give
bond as in other cases, he may obtain an attachment returnable to the county where
the debtor resides, or last resided, or where his property may be found. Such attachment shall be issued, executed, and returned, and the like proceedings
had thereon as in other cases of attachment.
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