Section 6-9-21

When execution to issue - Generally.

Within 90 days from the entry of a judgment, the clerk or register must issue execution thereon in favor of the successful party unless otherwise directed by the court or the judge presiding at the trial of the case or by the written direction of owner of the judgment or his attorney of record. The writ must be signed by the clerk or register, and tested on the day it is issued.

(Code 1852, §2423; Code 1867, §2838; Code 1876, §3180; Code 1886, §2883; Code 1896, §1881; Code 1907, §4079; Acts 1915, No. 206, p. 270; Code 1923, §7795; Acts 1936, Ex. Sess., No. 157, p. 181; Code 1940, T. 7, §508.)