Section 6-6-200

Statement of assets - Notice to debtor to file; contents.

After the return of an execution issued by any court in this state upon a judgment against any person or persons residing in this state, against a firm doing business in this state when a member or members thereof reside in this state or against a corporation doing business in this state with the endorsement upon such execution of "no property found," upon the written request of the judgment creditor filed with the clerk or register, such clerk or register of such court shall issue a notice to the person, firm, or corporation against whom such execution shall have been so returned, requiring such person, persons, member or members of such firm or corporation, through a duly authorized agent, to file in such court within 30 days from the service of such notice a statement in writing, under oath, of all of the assets of such person, firm, or corporation, including money, choses in action, notes, bonds, and accounts and all other property, real, personal or mixed, or any interest therein, with a detailed description of the same, the location and reasonable value of each item thereof, together with a detailed list or statement of any and all liens, mortgages, or encumbrances thereon, showing the amounts due upon each and the owner or holder of such liens, encumbrances, or mortgages.

(Acts 1915, No. 813, p. 927; Code 1923, §7348; Code 1940, T. 7, §903.)