2015 Oklahoma Statutes
Title 12. Civil Procedure
§12-1243. Action and attachment against fraudulent debtor.
Where a debtor has sold, conveyed or otherwise disposed of his property with the fraudulent intention of cheating or defrauding his creditors, or to hinder or delay them in the collection of their debts, or is about to make such sale or conveyance or disposition of his property with such fraudulent intent, or is about to remove his property or a material part thereof, with intent or to the effect of cheating or defrauding his creditors or of hindering or delaying them in the collection of their debts, a creditor may bring an action upon his claim before it is due, and have an attachment against the property of the debtor as in other cases; but before such attachment shall be issued or such action maintained, the plaintiff or his agent or attorney shall make oath in writing setting forth the grounds of such attachment as in other cases, and also showing the nature of plaintiff's claim that it is just, when the same will become due, and the existence of some one or more of the grounds for an attachment enumerated in this section.
R.L. 1910, § 4864.
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