2016 Code of Alabama
Title 43 - WILLS AND DECEDENTS' ESTATES.
Chapter 2 - ADMINISTRATION OF ESTATES.
Article 11 - Administrators Ad Litem.
Section 43-2-252 - Execution on money decree or judgment.
When such decree or judgment is for the recovery of money and the estate has no executor or administrator, execution shall issue thereon in favor of the administrator ad litem for the use of the estate, and the money, when collected, shall be paid by the officer to the judge of the probate court, or to the clerk or register of the circuit or other court having jurisdiction, from which the execution issued. The party against whom such decree or judgment is rendered may pay the same to such judge, clerk or register, before the issue of execution, whose receipt to him therefor shall be a full discharge of such decree or judgment.(Code 1876, §2626; Code 1886, §2285; Code 1896, §354; Code 1907, §2820; Code 1923, §6059; Code 1940, T. 61, §167.)
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