A writ of original attachment in Texas is a post judgment remedy, often referred to as a "prejudgment turnover". It is a remedy to seize property of the debtor held by a debtor prior to judgment when there is not a security agreement covering the specific personal property. It is available to a plaintiff in Texas in a suit if:
An attachment, therefore, is not available in all situations. Specific grounds for an attachment exist under Section 61.002 of the Texas Civil Practice and Remedies Code if:
Attachment remedies are rarely used since they require a bond and may provide for liability to the Creditor if there is a wrongful attachment.
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