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  521.560.  Executions, how awarded. — Executions may be awarded and issued on judgments rendered as provided by sections 521.010 to 521.650, according to the circumstances of each case, as follows:

  (1)  Where there is a general judgment against the defendant, the execution shall be a common fieri facias, which may be levied upon all the property of the defendant subject to execution, whether attached in the cause or not;

  (2)  Where there is a special judgment against the property, money or effects attached, the execution shall be a special fieri facias against such property, money or effects only, and may be levied upon the same whether in the hands of the officer or secured by bond, as provided in these sections, and shall not be for more than the amount sworn to in the affidavit for the attachment, with interest and costs thereon.


(RSMo 1939 § 1495)

Prior revisions: 1929 § 1331; 1919 § 1782; 1909 § 2351

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