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Judgment against corporationCostsReceivership.

If judgment be rendered against any corporation or against any persons claiming to be a corporation, the court may cause the costs to be collected by executions against the persons claiming to be a corporation or by attachment against the directors or other officers of the corporation, and shall restrain the corporation, take an account, and make a distribution thereof among the creditors. The prosecuting attorney shall immediately institute proceedings for that purpose.
[ 2004 c 165 § 38; Code 1881 § 712; 1877 p 144 § 716; 1854 p 217 § 479; RRS § 1044.]


PurposeCaptions not law2004 c 165: See notes following RCW 7.60.005.
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