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Rule 660. When Writ Is to Subject Shares


Where it appears from the plaintiff’s affidavit that the garnishee is an incorporated or joint stock company, in which the defendant is the owner of shares, or is interested therein, the writ of garnishment shall further require the garnishee to answer upon oath what number of shares, if any, the defendant owns in such company, or owned when such writ was served, and what interest, if any, he has in such com­pany, or had when such writ was served.

Source: Art. 4080, unchanged.

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

Repealed by order of Aug. 18, 1947, eff. Dec. 31, 1947.