§38-4-6. On what fieri facias may be levied.
By a writ of fieri facias, the officer shall be commanded to
make the money therein mentioned out of the personal property of
the person against whom the judgment is. The writ may be levied
upon goods and chattels, current money and bank notes, stamps,
certificates of stock in a corporation, negotiable warehouse
receipts, negotiable instruments, or any other negotiable
evidences of indebtedness calling for a liquidated sum of money,
belonging to the person against whom the judgment is.