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Session Laws, 1894 Session
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LAWS OF MARYLAND.
111. Any mortgagor of personal property in possession of

Removing
mortgaged
personal
property.

the same, or any purchaser of personal property under an
unrecorded, conditional, written contract, in possession of the
said property, or any execution debtor in possession of per-
sonal property levied on and taken in execution, who, in the
case of mortgaged personal property, without the consent of the
mortgagee or his assigns, first had and obtained in writing, or
who, in the ease of the purchaser of personal property under
an unrecorded, conditional, written contract, without the consent
first had and obtained in writing of the conditional vendor in
said contract, or his assigns, or who, in the case of personal
property levied on and taken into execution, without the con-
sent of the execution creditor, his assigns, or lawfully author-
ized agents, first had and obtained in writing, and with intent
to defraud the mortgagee or his assigns, and to defeat his or
their lien under said mortgage, or with intent to defraud the
said conditional vendor of personal property in an unrecorded,
conditional, written contract, or his assigns, or with intent to
defraud the execution creditor or his assigns, and defeat his or
their lien under said execution, shall remove any of the per-
sonal property so mortgaged or purchased under said unre-
corded, conditional, written contract, or levied on and taken in
execution as aforesaid, as the case may be, beyond the limits of
the city or county where it was located when so mortgaged or
purchased under said unrecorded, conditional, written contract,
or levied on and taken in execution, or who, with intent as
aforesaid, removes, secretes, hypothecates, destroys or sells the
same, shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor, and on indict-

Penalty.

ment therefor and conviction thereof shall be imprisoned in
the city or county jail not more than six months, or shall be
fined not more than five hundred dollars, or both, in the dis-
cretion of the court; but nothing herein contained shall be
construed to relieve the sheriff or other officer holding said
execution from his responsibility to the execution creditor for
the safe keeping of any personal property by him levied on
and taken in execution as aforesaid.

Approved April 6th, 1894.



 
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