2010 Mississippi Code
Chapter 7 - Landlord and Tenant.
89-7-93 - Form of replevin-bond.

§ 89-7-93. Form of replevin-bond.

The tenant's replevin-bond, or that of a claimant, may be in the following form, viz.: 
"We, ________, principal, and ________ and ________, sureties, bind ourselves to pay ________ the sum of ________ dollars [double the value of the goods and chattels, if that be less than the rent claimed], unless the said ________ shall prosecute his suit against the said ________ for certain goods and chattels, to wit: Eight bales of cotton [or whatever is distrained], distrained for rent [or supplies, or both, as the case may be] by virtue of an attachment in favor of ________ against ________, issued by ________, a justice of the peace of ________ County, and now here restored to the said ________, and shall perform the judgment of the court in such suit in case he shall fail therein.

    "Witness our hands, the ________ day of ________, A.D. ________.




    "I approve the foregoing bond, this ________ day of ________, A.D. ________.


Sources: Codes, 1880, § 1353; 1892, § 2519; 1906, § 2857; Hemingway's 1917, § 2355; 1930, § 2207; 1942, § 929.

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