Section 6-6-183

Complaint for discovery of assets - Execution returned "no property found" or creditor without lien or judgment; answer of debtor.

A creditor, having obtained a judgment upon which execution has issued and been returned "no property found" or a creditor without a lien or judgment may, in a court of competent jurisdiction of the county in which the judgment debtor resides or in a like court of the county in which the judgment was entered, file a complaint for the discovery of the assets of the debtor subject to the payment of debts; and the debtor must answer on oath and disclose all property, real or personal, in which he may have or may claim an interest, legal or equitable; all moneys, effects, or choses in action in which he may have or may claim an interest, legal or equitable; where such property, real or personal, is situated or may be found; who has or may claim possession thereof; in whose possession are the moneys, effects, or choses in action in which he has or may claim an interest, legal or equitable and where such moneys, effects, or choses in action may be found.

(Code 1876, §3887; Code 1886, §3545; Code 1896, §819; Code 1907, §3740; Code 1923, §7343; Code 1940, T. 7, §898.)