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  513.350.  Remedy of plaintiff against officer in certain cases. — If any officer shall sell any property under any execution, whether he received payment therefor or not, or shall make the money on any execution specified, or thereon endorsed or directed to be levied, or any part thereof, and shall not have the amount of such sales or the money so made before the court, and pay over the same according to law, he shall be liable to pay the whole amount of such sales or money by him made to the person entitled thereto, with lawful interest thereon, and damages in addition thereto, at the rate of five percent per month, to be computed from the time when the same be demanded by the party entitled thereto, or his attorney or agent, after the execution is returnable, until the whole be paid, to be recovered by civil action against such officer and his sureties on his official bond, or by civil action against such officer; or the party aggrieved may proceed against such officer and his sureties, by motion in the court before which such writ is returnable, in a summary way, two days' previous notice being given of such intended motion, and the court shall render judgment for the amount which ought to have been paid, with interest and damages aforesaid, and award execution thereon forthwith.  And it shall be the duty of every officer to whom any execution shall be delivered, issued upon any judgment recovered according to the provisions of this section, to execute the same within fifteen days after it shall be delivered to him; and he shall be subject to the like penalties and liabilities for any default therein as on other executions.


(RSMo 1939 § 1386)

Prior revisions: 1929 § 1222; 1919 § 1673; 1909 § 2242

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