2010 Mississippi Code
Chapter 13 - Injunctions.
11-13-5 - Bond when injunction is not to stay proceedings at law.

§ 11-13-5. Bond when injunction is not to stay proceedings at law.

Where the injunction shall not be for the stay of proceedings in an action at law for the recovery of money, or upon a judgment requiring the payment of money, the party applying for the injunction shall, before the issuance of the same, enter into bond in like manner as provided for in Section 11-13-3, in a sufficient penalty, to be fixed by the judge granting the same, conditioned for the payment of all damages and costs which may be awarded against him, or which the opposite party may suffer or sustain by reason of the suing out of said injunction, in case the same shall be dissolved. 

Sources: Codes, 1857, ch. 62, art. 66; 1871, § 1045; 1880, § 1906; 1892, § 559; 1906, § 610; Hemingway's 1917, § 370; 1930, § 417; 1942, § 1337.

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