Section 35-9-35

Affidavit and bond.

Before such attachment is issued, the plaintiff, or his agent or attorney must make affidavit, setting forth the amount that is or will be due for rent and advances, or either, as the case may be, or, if the rent is not payable in money, the value of the part of the crop or other things agreed to be paid as rent, that one of the causes for issuing an attachment prescribed in section 35-9-34 exists, and that the attachment is not sued out for the purpose of vexing or harassing the defendant; and must also execute a bond in double the amount claimed, with sufficient surety, payable to the defendant, and with condition that the plaintiff will prosecute the attachment to effect, and pay the defendant all such damages as he may sustain from the wrongful or vexatious suing out of such attachment.

(Code 1876, §3473; Code 1886, §3062; Code 1896, §2709; Code 1907, §4740; Code 1923, §8805; Code 1940, T. 31, §21.)