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Rule 88. Procedure for Claiming Delivery of Personal Property.

The plaintiff or the plaintiff's attorney shall endorse in writing upon the motion attached to the affidavit a request that the property claimed be taken by a peace officer from the defendant and be delivered to the plaintiff.

(Amended by SCO 49 effective January 1, 1963; by SCO 156 effective December 8, 1972; by SCO 416 effective August 1, 1980; and by SCO 1153 effective July 15, 1994)

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