Section 2333.02 | Judgment creditor.
The plaintiff, his agent, or attorney, in a judgment against a railroad company rendered in any court upon a claim due to the common laborers for work and labor performed for the company, or for crossties, lumber, or wood furnished thereto, to be used in the construction, repair, or operation of its road or for the erection of fences along the line of its road, required by law to be erected, or upon a note, or other evidence of indebtedness given for such considerations, for execution upon such judgment may file his affidavit, with a praecipe, setting forth the claim upon which the judgment is founded, that he has no knowledge of any property of the defendant liable to levy and sale upon the execution, and that a person or corporation, therein named, and within the jurisdiction of the officer to whom the execution is to be directed, is indebted to the defendant, or has property or claims of the defendant in his possession or under his control as agent of the defendant or otherwise. Thereupon the clerk of the court of common pleas shall issue a notice to each person or corporation named, to the effect that he is required to pay over and deliver to the officer holding such writ the money, property, and claims of the defendant, in his possession or under his control, or which may come into his possession or under his control before the satisfaction of the judgment, not exceeding an amount sufficient to pay it and the costs.
Available Versions of this Section
- October 1, 1953 – House Bill 1, 100th General Assembly [ View October 1, 1953 Version ]