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§667-8 - Affidavit as evidence, when.

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     §667-8  Affidavit as evidence, when.  If it appears by the affidavit that the affiant has in all respects complied with the requirements of the power of sale and the statute, in relation to all things to be done by the affiant before selling the property, and has sold the same in the manner required by the power, the affidavit, or a duly certified copy of the record thereof, shall be admitted as evidence that the power of sale was duly executed. [L 1874, c 33, §2; RL 1925, §2881; RL 1935, §4726; RL 1945, §12426; RL 1955, §336-7; HRS §667-8; am L 1972, c 90, §9(g); gen ch 1985]
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  •      §667-8  Affidavit as evidence, when.  If it appears by the affidavit that the affiant has in all respects complied with the requirements of the power of sale and the statute, in relation to all things to be done by the affiant before selling the property, and has sold the same in the manner required by the power, the affidavit, or a duly certified copy of the record thereof, shall be admitted as evidence that the power of sale was duly executed. [L 1874, c 33, §2; RL 1925, §2881; RL 1935, §4726; RL 1945, §12426; RL 1955, §336-7; HRS §667-8; am L 1972, c 90, §9(g); gen ch 1985]

     

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