43.1805 Interrogatories to garnishee.

Cite as [A.S.C.A. § 43.1805]

(a) When the plaintiff, in writing, directs the marshal to take the answer of the garnishee, he shall put to him the following interrogatories:

(1) Are you in any manner indebted to the defendant in this suit, or do you owe him money or property which is not yet due? If so, state the particulars.

(2) Have you in your possession or under your control any property, rights or credits of the defendant? If so, what is the value of the same? State all particulars.

(3) Do you know of any debts owing said defendant, whether due or not due, or any property, rights or credits belonging to him and now in the possession or under the control of others? If so, state the particulars.

(b) The marshal shall append the examination to his return.

History: 1962, PL 7-36.