Section 6-6-353

Proceedings when determination is against appellant.

In cases of forcible entry or unlawful detainer, the judgment, if against the appellant, must be entered in the circuit court against him and the sureties on the appeal or certiorari bond, including the costs in the inferior and circuit courts, and if the appeal or certiorari was sued out by the defendant and a supersedeas bond was executed, a writ of restitution or possession must be awarded and judgment must also be entered against the defendant and the sureties on his supersedeas bond for the value of the rent of the premises pending the appeal.

(Code 1852, §§2866, 2867; Code 1867, §§3315, 3316; Code 1876, §§3712, 3713; Code 1886, §3411; Code 1896, §2146; Code 1907, §4282; Code 1923, §8023; Code 1940, T. 7, §986.)