Section 6-6-201

Statement of assets - Order to appear before court for oral examination; production of papers, etc.

After the filing in court of such statement and such judgment remaining unsatisfied, upon the filing in said court by the judgment creditor or the attorney of record for such judgment creditor of an affidavit stating that such statement to the best of affiant's knowledge, information, and belief does not contain a full, true, and correct statement and description, of such assets as required in this division, the court shall make an order requiring such judgment debtor or debtors, when the judgment is against a person or firm, or the agent or agents of such debtor corporations to appear before such court on a day to be set by the court, not less than 10 days' notice of which order shall be served upon such judgment debtor, to submit to an oral examination, under oath, touching the nature, location, description, and value of such assets and, to this end, may require the production by such judgment creditor of any and all papers, documents, or books which may contain material evidence of such assets.

(Acts 1915, No. 813, p. 927; Code 1923, §7349; Code 1940, T. 7, §904.)