2015 New Hampshire Revised Statutes
Title LII - ACTIONS, PROCESS, AND SERVICE OF PROCESS
Chapter 511-A - PRE-JUDGMENT ATTACHMENT PROCEDURE
Section 511-A:2 - Notice of Intent.

NH Rev Stat § 511-A:2 (2015) What's This?

    511-A:2 Notice of Intent. – In civil actions or suits in equity in which the plaintiff is authorized to make pre-judgment attachments, the plaintiff shall cause to be served on the defendant and to be simultaneously filed with the court a notice, which shall be incorporated prominently in the writ or order of notice, which shall read substantially as follows:
    I. The plaintiff intends to attach the defendant's real estate, property, goods, rights or credits, to secure any judgment or decree which may be obtained on the action or suit.
    II. The defendant may object to the making of such attachments and is entitled to a hearing thereon.
    III. If the defendant desires to object to the making of attachments, such objection shall be made on or before the return date of such writ or orders of notice.
    IV. If the defendant fails to object by such return date, he will be deemed to have waived his objections.

Source. 1973, 537:1. 2014, 194:5, eff. July 1, 2015.


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