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Texas Civil Practice and Remedies Code - CIV PRAC & REM § 34.071. Duties of Executing Officer

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An officer receiving a writ of execution does not have a duty to:

(1) search for property belonging to the judgment debtor;

(2) determine whether property belongs to a judgment debtor;

(3) determine whether property belonging to the judgment debtor is exempt property that is not subject to levy;

(4) determine the priority of liens asserted against property subject to execution;  or

(5) make multiple levies for cash or multiple levies at the same location.

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