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2007 Florida Statutes

Custody of attached property; sale of perishables.
Section 76.22, Florida Statutes 2007

76.22  Custody of attached property; sale of perishables.--All personal property levied on by attachment, shall remain in custody of the officer who attached it until disposed of according to law unless it is restored to defendant or some person for him or her, or is claimed by a third person. When the property attached is perishable or liable to great deterioration in value or the costs of keeping it are greatly disproportionate to its value, the court may order the sale of the property after such notice as is expedient, and the proceeds of the sale shall be paid into court and abide the judgment.

History.--s. 12, Feb. 17, 1833; RS 1655; GS 2119; RGS 3420; CGL 5273; s. 26, ch. 67-254; s. 380, ch. 95-147.