43.0913 Discharge of writ upon bond by defendant.

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If the defendant, at any time before judgment, causes a bond to be executed to the plaintiff with sufficient sureties and approved by the officer having the attachment, or, after the return thereof, by the clerk, to the effect that he will perform the judgment of the court, the attachment shall be discharged and restitution made of the property taken or the proceeds thereof. The execution of the bond shall be deemed an appearance of the defendant in the action. The bond shall be part of the record, and if judgment is against the defendant, the same shall be entered against him and the sureties.

History: 1962, PL 7-36.