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Salary, wages, credits, or other personal property in the possession or under the control of the state, or an organized or unorganized borough, city, incorporated town, school district, or other political subdivision, or a board, institution, commission, or officer of the state, belonging or owed to any person, is subject to attachment and execution in the manner and with the effect as property in the possession of private persons. A clerk or officer of a court is not required to answer as to any money or property in the clerk's or officer's possession in the custody of the law.
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