Section 6-6-624

Appointment - Dissolution of attachments and levies of executions against corporations or partnerships.

The commencement of proceedings for the appointment of a receiver of a corporation or a partnership shall dissolve all attachments and all levies of executions not completed made within 60 days next preceding on the property of such corporation or partnership; but if the property is subsequently taken from the receiver so that it cannot be made subject to the orders of the court in the settlement of the affairs of said corporation or partnership or if the receivership shall be terminated by order of the court pending the settlement of the affairs of the corporation or partnership, said attachments and levies of execution shall revive, and the time from the commencement of such proceedings to the time when the receiver shall be dispossessed of the property, or the finding of the court that said property is not subject to the orders of said court or when said trust shall be terminated shall be excluded from the computation in determining the continuance of the lien created by such attachment; but the attachment or levying creditors shall be allowed the amount of their legal costs accruing before the time of the appointment of a receiver as a preferred claim against the estate of said corporation or partnership if their respective claims upon which the attachments are founded shall, in whole or in part, be allowed.

(Code 1923, §10124; Code 1940, T. 7, §1167.)