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If the party against whom judgment is given, shall, within ten days thereafter, procure some responsible person to appear before the justice, and in writing, to be entered on the docket of the justice and signed by such person, consent to become surety therefor, the justice shall grant a stay of execution for thirty days from the date of the judgment on all sums not exceeding fifty dollars and for sixty days on all sums over fifty dollars. In case the money be not paid at the expiration of such stay, execution shall issue against the principal and sureties, or either of them, for the principal, interest, and costs.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Mississippi Code Title 11. Civil Practice and Procedure § 11-9-139. Stay of execution - last updated January 01, 2018 | https://codes.findlaw.com/ms/title-11-civil-practice-and-procedure/ms-code-sect-11-9-139/
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