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Rule 146. Deposit for Costs


In lieu of a bond for costs, the party required to give the same may deposit with the clerk of court or the justice of the peace such sum as the court or justice from time to time may designate as sufficient to pay the ac­crued costs.

Source: Art. 2071, with minor textual change.

Oct. 29, 1940, eff. Sept. 1, 1941.

Note: Art. 2072 and (Vernon's) Art. 2072a were not deemed procedural. These statutes deal with special provisions exempting certain parties from giving security for costs. Related articles on the same general subject will be found in Vernon's Statutes as Articles 279a, 1174, 2072a, 2276, 2276a, 3700, and 7880-126a.