Is a debt attached to the judgment debtor while execution of the judgment is stayed?

Saskatchewan, Canada

The following excerpt is from Prince Albert Credit Union v. Diehl, 1984 CanLII 2237 (SK QB):

It has long been recognized that a judgment debt may be attached while in the hands of the judgment debtor. Holtby v. Hodgson (1889), 24 Q.B.D. 103. However, I am unable to find any case deciding whether such a debt may be attached while execution of the judgment is stayed. It seems to me a doubtful proposition.

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