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  150.440.  Deposit subject to claims — procedure — when paid to depositor. — Each deposit so made with the director of revenue, shall be subject to attachment and execution on behalf of creditors, whose claims arise in connection with business done in this state, and to the payment of fines and penalties incurred by the licensee, through violation of sections 150.380 to 150.460. Claims under civil process shall be enforced against the director of revenue as garnishee, or trustee by action in the usual form, and claims for satisfaction of fines and penalties shall be enforced by the prosecuting attorney serving notice of pendency of action and judgment when obtained upon the director of revenue.  Claims upon each deposit shall be satisfied after judgment, in the order in which notice of the claim is received by the director of revenue, until such claims are satisfied, or the deposit exhausted; but notices filed after the expiration of such sixty days' limit shall not be valid.  A deposit shall not be paid by the director of revenue to licensees as long as there are outstanding claims or notices of claims against it, unless there is unreasonable delay in enforcing them.


(RSMo 1939 § 11337, A.L. 1947 V. I p. 525)

Prior revisions: 1929 § 10109; 1919 § 13100

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