2006 Michigan Compiled Laws - Mich. Comp. Laws § 570.415 Bond on restitution; notice of application; sureties, justification and examination.
Act 59 of 1864 (Ex. Sess.)
570.415 Bond on restitution; notice of application; sureties, justification and examination.
Upon application to the clerk to bond, as aforesaid, notice thereof shall be given to the attorney of the complainants, of at least 3 hours if the attorney reside in the same city or village with the clerk, and if not, the notice shall be of 24 hours, exclusive of Sundays and holidays, in addition to the ordinary time of travel between the residence of the clerk and such attorney; and the surety or sureties offered shall justify their responsibility to the satisfaction of the clerk; and such attorney may examine the surety or sureties, under oath, touching their property and liabilities; and it shall be the duty of the clerk, if requested by such attorney, to reduce such examination to writing, and cause the same to be subscribed by the persons examined, and filed.
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