16-18-9 Attorney's power to execute bonds and instruments for client.
     16-18-9.   Attorney's power to execute bonds and instruments for client. An attorney and counselor at law has power to execute in the name of his client a bond or other written instrument necessary and proper for the prosecution of an action or proceeding about to be or already commenced; or for the prosecution or defense of any right growing out of an action, proceeding, or final judgment rendered therein.

Source: PolC 1877, ch 18, § 6, subdiv 1; CL 1887, § 467, subdiv 1; RPolC 1903, § 699, subdiv 1; RC 1919, § 5263 (1); Supreme Court Rule 14, 1939; SDC 1939 & Supp 1960, § 32.1202 (1).