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Whenever the oath as provided in this chapter shall be administered to any defendant, under the provisions of §§ 10-13-14 -- 10-13-23 he or she shall then and there make an assignment of all his or her estate, real and personal, not exempted from attachment by law, to some responsible inhabitant of this state, his or her heirs and assigns, to be approved by the magistrate administering the oath, in trust for the benefit of all his or her creditors in proportion to their demands, and a copy of the assignment shall be filed by the assignee in the office of the clerk of the court issuing the execution.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Rhode Island General Laws Title 10. Courts and Civil Procedure--Procedure in Particular Actions § 10-13-24. Assignment for benefit of creditors upon administration of oath - last updated January 01, 2019 | https://codes.findlaw.com/ri/title-10-courts-and-civil-procedure-procedure-in-particular-actions/ri-gen-laws-sect-10-13-24/
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