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Rule 640. Levy on Stock Running at Large
A levy upon livestock running at large in a range, and which cannot be herded and penned without great inconvenience and expense, may be made by designating by reasonable estimate the number of animals and describing them by their marks and brands, or either; such levy shall be made in the presence of two or more credible persons, and notice thereof shall be given in writing to the owner or his herder or agent, if residing within the county and known to the officer.
Source: Art. 3794, unchanged.
For context only: Art. 3798. Shares of Stock Sold. Shares of stock in any joint stock or incorporated company may be sold on execution against the person owning such stock.
Oct. 29, 1940, eff. Sept. 1, 1941.