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Chapter 524

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  524.260.  Writ of possession and execution may issue, when. — When the judgment for the plaintiff is both for the recovery of the possession and of damages, the plaintiff may have a writ of possession, which shall command the officer to whom directed to deliver to the plaintiff possession of the premises, and shall also command him to levy and collect the damages and costs, as in executions on judgments in other civil actions.


(RSMo 1939 § 1545)

Prior revisions: 1929 § 1381; 1919 § 1831; 1909 § 2398

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