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No bond for the delivery of property shall be taken on an execution on a forthcoming bond, nor on an execution on a judgment against a sheriff or other officer, or a deputy of such sheriff, for money received by any such officer or deputy, by virtue of his office, or against any such officer or his personal representative, in favor of a surety of such officer, or against such deputy of any such officer or his surety or personal representative, in favor of his principal or the personal representative of such principal, for money paid or a judgment rendered for a default in office; nor on an execution against an overseer of the poor, or his personal representative, or a justice or constable for money received by him as such, nor on any other execution on which the clerk is required by law to indorse that no forthcoming bond is to be taken.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - West Virginia Code Chapter 38. Liens § 38-6-14. Forthcoming bond forbidden in certain cases - last updated January 01, 2020 | https://codes.findlaw.com/wv/chapter-38-liens/wv-code-sect-38-6-14/
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