2021 Code of Alabama
Title 28 - Intoxicating Liquor, Malt Beverages and Wine.
Chapter 4 - Regulation and Control of Alcoholic Beverages in Dry Counties and Dry Municipalities.
Article 10 - Abatement of Liquor Nuisances.
- Section 28-4-220 - Authorization and Procedure Generally; Filing of Petition Generally.
- Section 28-4-221 - Persons, etc., Against Whom Petition May Be Filed.
- Section 28-4-222 - Contents and Verification of Petition.
- Section 28-4-223 - Issuance of Preliminary Injunction Generally.
- Section 28-4-224 - Requirement of Bond as Condition Precedent to Issuance of Preliminary Injunction.
- Section 28-4-225 - Application for and Issuance of Writ Directing Seizure of Prohibited Liquors and Beverages, Movable Property, etc., Used in Connection With Nuisance Pending Hearing of Action.
- Section 28-4-226 - Contents of Writ.
- Section 28-4-227 - Disposition of Liquor and Beverages, etc., Seized Upon Final Judgment Generally - Destruction.
- Section 28-4-228 - Disposition of Liquor and Beverages, etc., Seized Upon Final Judgment Generally - Restoration to Owner.
- Section 28-4-229 - Fees and Allowances of Officers Executing Writs of Seizure; Payment of Costs in Proceedings.
- Section 28-4-230 - Persons Who May Be Joined as Parties Defendant in Proceedings and Who May Be Enjoined From Maintaining, etc., Nuisance.
- Section 28-4-231 - Powers of Court as to Maintenance of Jurisdiction and Enforcement of Judgments Generally; Rules of Evidence, Practice and Procedure.
- Section 28-4-232 - Entry of Judgment for Abatement of Nuisance and Destruction of All Prohibited Liquors and Beverages, Movable Property, etc., Used in Connection With Nuisance.
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