Section 6-6-621

Appointment - Appeal when appointed by register or clerk.

When an order appointing a receiver is made by the register or clerk, it shall be subject to appeal to the circuit judge, which may be heard at any time. Such order must be suspended whenever the appellant enters into bond with sufficient sureties, to be approved by the register or clerk, in such sum as he shall prescribe, payable to the appellee and conditioned to pay the appellee all such costs and damages as he may sustain in case the appeal is not prosecuted to effect.

(Code 1867, §§730, 731; Code 1876, §§639, 640; Code 1886, §3535; Code 1896, §800; Code 1907, §5727; Code 1923, §10114; Code 1940, T. 7, §1157.)