At any time before the delivery of the property to the plaintiff, the defendant may,
if the defendant does not take exception to the sureties of the plaintiff, require
the return of the property upon giving to the sheriff a written undertaking, executed
by two or more sufficient sureties or a letter of credit issued by a regulated lender
as defined in 31-1-111, in double the value of the property, as stated in the affidavit of the plaintiff,
for the delivery of the property to the plaintiff, if the delivery is adjudged, and
for the payment to the plaintiff of the sum that may, for any cause, be recovered
against the defendant.
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