COSTS AND MISCELLANEOUS MATTERS IN CIVIL ACTIONS
12-615. Parties not required to give bond. In any civil action or proceeding wherein the state or the people of the state is a party plaintiff, or any state officer, in his official capacity, or on behalf of the state, or any county or city, is a party plaintiff or defendant, no bond, written undertaking or security can be required of the state, or the people thereof, or any officer thereof, or any county or city; but on complying with the other provisions of this code the state, or the people thereof, or any state officer acting in his official capacity, or any county or city, have the same rights, remedies and benefits as if the bond, undertaking or security were given and approved as required by this code.
[(12-615) C.C.P. 1881, sec. 722; R.S., R.C., & C.L., sec. 4935; C.S., sec. 7238; I.C.A., sec. 12-615.]