As amended throiugh February 3, 2020
Rule 64C - Writ of Attachment (a) Availability. A writ of attachment is available to seize property in the possession or under the control of the defendant. (b) Grounds. In addition to the grounds required in Rule 64A, the grounds for a writ of attachment require all of the following: (b)(1) that the defendant is indebted to the plaintiff; (b)(2)(i) that the action is upon a contract or is against a defendant who is not a resident of this state or is against a foreign corporation not qualified to do business in this state; or (b)(2)(ii) the writ is authorized by statute; and (b)(3) that payment of the claim has not been secured by a lien upon property in this state.