CHAPTER 14. CLAIMS DUE AND AGAINST THE STATE.

§14-1-35. Transfer by defaulting officer or surety.

In any proceeding had under the provisions of this article against sheriffs or collectors and their sureties, or any, or either of them, for money due the state, any transfer, assignment or alienation of property, real or personal, or any judgment or decree obtained against or suffered by such sheriff or collector and their sureties or either of them after service upon them, respectively, of summons or notice shall be deemed fraudulent or void as to any judgment that may be thereafter rendered in favor of the state in pursuance of such summons or notice. But this section shall not apply to a bona fide purchaser of any such property, without notice.