Where the party against whom a decree for

Where the party in default is a corporation the decree may be enforced by the attachment of the property of the corporation or with the leave of the court by the detention in the civil prison of the director or other principal officers thereof, or by both attachment and detention. Where the attachment has remained in force for six months, if the judgment-debtor has not obeyed the decree and the decree-holder has applied to have the attachment property sold, such property may be sold and the court may award to the decree-holder such compensation as it thinks fit out of the proceeds and pay the balance to the judgment-debtor on his application. Where the judgment-debtor has obeyed the decree and paid all costs of executing the same or, if at the end of six months from the date of the attachment no application to have the property sold has been made, or if made has been refused, the attachment shall cease. Restitution of conjugal rights: Where the party against whom a decree for restitution of conjugal rights has been passed has had an opportunity of obeying the decree and has willfully failed to obey it, the decree may be enforced by the attachment of his property.

Where the attachment has remained In force for six months, if the judgment-order has not obeyed the decree and the decree-holder has applied to have the attachment property sold, such property may be sold and the court may award to the decree-holder such compensation as it thinks fit out of the proceeds and pay the balance, if any, to the judgment-debtor on his application. Where the judgment-debtor has obeyed and paid all costs of executing the same or if, at the end of six months from the date of the attachment, no application to have the property sold has been made or, if made has been refused, the attachment shall cease. (O. 21, R. 32).

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Notwithstanding anything said above, where a decree against a husband for the restitution of conjugal rights has been passed the court may order that, in the event of the decree not being obeyed within a fixed period, the judgment-debtor shall make to the decree-holder such periodical payments as may be just and if it thinks lit require that the judgment-debtor shall, to its satisfaction, secure to the decree-holder such periodical payments. Any money ordered to be paid under this rule may be recovered as though it were payable under a decree for the payments of money. (O. 21, R. 33).

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