The same, or any other applicant, may, in like manner, either before or after judgment
in the first action, obtain an order, permitting him to maintain another action, in
the same court, upon the same bond or undertaking, for another default or misconduct. Any number of such orders may be successively made; and neither of the actions
authorized thereby is affected by the pendency of, or the recovery of judgment in,
any other, except as otherwise expressly prescribed in this article.
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