Section 6-6-600

Published: 2015

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Section 6-6-600

Section 6-6-600Judgment - Excluding defendant from office or franchise or prohibiting practice of profession.

When a defendant, whether a natural person or a corporation, against whom such action has been commenced, is adjudged guilty of usurping or intruding into, or unlawfully holding or exercising, any office or franchise or unlawfully practicing any profession, judgment must be entered that such defendant be excluded from the office or franchise or be prohibited from practicing such profession and that the plaintiff recover costs against such defendant. Execution shall be issued on such judgment at the expiration of five days from the date thereof, unless the defendant shall, within such time, take an appeal to the supreme court. Any violation of any such order shall be a contempt of court.

(Code 1852, §2665; Code 1867, §3093; Code 1876, §3433; Code 1886, §3178; Code 1896, §3432; Code 1907, §5465; Code 1923, §9944; Code 1940, T. 7, §1148.)