REVISED JUDICATURE ACT OF 1961 (EXCERPT)
Act 236 of 1961
600.6017 Execution; personalty.
Except as otherwise provided by law, execution may be made against all personal property of the judgment debtor that is liable to execution at common law, including, but not limited to the following:
(1) All abstract books, maps, plats, charts, and other records owned or kept by any person, partnership or corporation for the purpose of furnishing abstracts or information concerning title to lands in this state.
(2) Bills and other evidences of debt, issued and circulated as money unless the creditor accepts them at par value as money collected and paid, in which case they shall not be sold.
(3) Goods or chattels pledged by way of mortgage or otherwise, for the payment of money, or the performance of any contract or agreement, but only as against the pledgor and subject to the lien, mortgage or pledge existing thereon.
(4) In the case of an execution against a corporation, all corporate property.
(5) In the case of an execution against a partnership association, or a member of a partnership association, in that capacity, the personal property of such association or member, but subject to the provisions of section 2 of Act No. 191 of the Public Acts of 1877.
(6) Current money of the United States except that such money shall be taken as money collected and paid, and not sold unless it has a value of more than face value.
(7) Any share or interest of any stockholder in any corporation, that is or may be incorporated under the authority of any law of this state, unless expressly exempted by law.
(8) In the case of an execution against a corporation authorized by law to receive tolls, the franchise and all its rights and privileges, and all the other property of such corporation not otherwise exempted.
(9) The property of joint, and joint and several judgment debtors.
History: 1961, Act 236, Eff. Jan. 1, 1963
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