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846.10 Foreclosure.

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846.10846.10Foreclosure.846.10(1)(1)If the plaintiff recovers the judgment shall describe the mortgaged premises and fix the amount of the mortgage debt then due and also the amount of each installment thereafter to become due, and the time when it will become due, and whether the mortgaged premises can be sold in parcels and whether any part thereof is a homestead, and shall adjudge that the mortgaged premises be sold for the payment of the amount then due and of all installments which shall become due before the sale, or so much thereof as may be sold separately without material injury to the parties interested, and be sufficient to pay such principal, interest and costs; and when demanded in the complaint, direct that judgment shall be rendered for any deficiency against the parties personally liable and, if the sale is to be by referee, the referee must be named therein. 846.10(2)(2)Any party may become a purchaser. No sale involving a one- to 4-family residence that is owner-occupied at the commencement of the foreclosure action, a farm, a church or a tax-exempt nonprofit charitable organization may be held until the expiration of 12 months from the date when judgment is entered, except a sale under s. 846.101 or 846.102. Notice of the time and place of sale shall be given under ss. 815.31 and 846.16 and may be given within the 12-month period except that the first printing of the notice shall not be made less than 10 months after the date when judgment is entered, except that the sale of a farm shall not be made or advertised until the expiration of one year from the date when such judgment is entered. In all cases the parties may, by stipulation, filed with the clerk, consent to an earlier sale. Sales under foreclosure of mortgages given by any railroad corporation may be made immediately after the rendition of the judgment. 846.10(3)(3)The proceeds of every sale shall be applied to the discharge of the debt adjudged to be due and the costs awarded; and if there shall be any surplus it shall be subject to the order of the court. If any surplus remains in the court for 3 months, without being applied for, the court shall direct the same to be put out at interest for the benefit of the party entitled thereto to be paid to the party upon the order of such court. 846.10(4)(4)The court may order in the judgment of foreclosure that all sums advanced by the plaintiff for insurance, necessary repairs and taxes not included in the judgment may be added to the judgment by order at any time after the entry thereof.846.10 - ANNOT.History: 1973 c. 189 ss. 7, 20; Stats. 1973 s. 816.10; Sup. Ct. Order, 67 Wis. 2d 585, 768, 783 (1975); Stats. 1975 s. 846.10; 1977 c. 304; 1993 a. 486. 846.10 - ANNOT.A judgment of foreclosure and sale is a final judgment appealable as a matter of right under s. 808.03 (1). An appeal from an order confirming the sale does not enable the appellant to challenge the judgment of foreclosure. Shuput v. Lauer, 109 Wis. 2d 164, 325 N.W.2d 321 (1982). 846.10 - ANNOT.There is no statutory requirement that sale proceeds be applied first to the portion of the debt that is guaranteed. Crown Life Insurance Co. v. LaBonte, 111 Wis. 2d 26, 330 N.W.2d 201 (1983). 846.10 - ANNOT.In a foreclosure action under s. 703.16 (8) based on a failure to pay condominium fees, sub. (1) could not be applied sensibly to require a statement of installments to become due because monthly assessments were in varying amounts. The 12-month redemption period under s. 846.10 (2) is applicable to such foreclosures. Geneva National Community Association, Inc. v. Friedman, 228 Wis. 2d 572, 598 N.W.2d 600 (Ct. App. 1999), 98-1010. 846.10 - ANNOT.Although a judgment must state whether any part of the property is homestead, if the evidence establishes a property is nonhomestead, the judgment need not state that fact. Geneva National Community Association, Inc. v. Friedman, 228 Wis. 2d 572, 598 N.W.2d 600 (Ct. App. 1999), 98-1010. 846.10 - ANNOT.No statute provides that a creditor may not foreclose on a mortgage because the creditor has, in a prior action, obtained a judgment of foreclosure on another mortgage securing the same debt and a deficiency judgment. Bank of Sun Prairie v. Marshall Development Co. 2001 WI App 64, 242 Wis. 2d 355, 626 N.W.2d 319, 00-1076. 846.10 - ANNOT.The Federal Farmers Home Administration is not subject to state exemption laws in the foreclosure of its mortgages. U.S. v. Einum, 821 F. Supp. 1283 (1993).
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    846.10 Foreclosure.

    846.10(1)

    (1) If the plaintiff recovers the judgment shall describe the mortgaged premises and fix the amount of the mortgage debt then due and also the amount of each installment thereafter to become due, and the time when it will become due, and whether the mortgaged premises can be sold in parcels and whether any part thereof is a homestead, and shall adjudge that the mortgaged premises be sold for the payment of the amount then due and of all installments which shall become due before the sale, or so much thereof as may be sold separately without material injury to the parties interested, and be sufficient to pay such principal, interest and costs; and when demanded in the complaint, direct that judgment shall be rendered for any deficiency against the parties personally liable and, if the sale is to be by referee, the referee must be named therein.

    846.10(2)

    (2) Any party may become a purchaser. No sale involving a one- to 4-family residence that is owner-occupied at the commencement of the foreclosure action, a farm, a church or a tax-exempt nonprofit charitable organization may be held until the expiration of 12 months from the date when judgment is entered, except a sale under s. 846.101 or 846.102. Notice of the time and place of sale shall be given under ss. 815.31 and 846.16 and may be given within the 12-month period except that the first printing of the notice shall not be made less than 10 months after the date when judgment is entered, except that the sale of a farm shall not be made or advertised until the expiration of one year from the date when such judgment is entered. In all cases the parties may, by stipulation, filed with the clerk, consent to an earlier sale. Sales under foreclosure of mortgages given by any railroad corporation may be made immediately after the rendition of the judgment.

    846.10(3)

    (3) The proceeds of every sale shall be applied to the discharge of the debt adjudged to be due and the costs awarded; and if there shall be any surplus it shall be subject to the order of the court. If any surplus remains in the court for 3 months, without being applied for, the court shall direct the same to be put out at interest for the benefit of the party entitled thereto to be paid to the party upon the order of such court.

    846.10(4)

    (4) The court may order in the judgment of foreclosure that all sums advanced by the plaintiff for insurance, necessary repairs and taxes not included in the judgment may be added to the judgment by order at any time after the entry thereof.

    846.10 - ANNOT.

    History: 1973 c. 189 ss. 7, 20; Stats. 1973 s. 816.10; Sup. Ct. Order, 67 Wis. 2d 585, 768, 783 (1975); Stats. 1975 s. 846.10; 1977 c. 304; 1993 a. 486.

    846.10 - ANNOT.

    A judgment of foreclosure and sale is a final judgment appealable as a matter of right under s. 808.03 (1). An appeal from an order confirming the sale does not enable the appellant to challenge the judgment of foreclosure. Shuput v. Lauer, 109 Wis. 2d 164, 325 N.W.2d 321 (1982).

    846.10 - ANNOT.

    There is no statutory requirement that sale proceeds be applied first to the portion of the debt that is guaranteed. Crown Life Insurance Co. v. LaBonte, 111 Wis. 2d 26, 330 N.W.2d 201 (1983).

    846.10 - ANNOT.

    In a foreclosure action under s. 703.16 (8) based on a failure to pay condominium fees, sub. (1) could not be applied sensibly to require a statement of installments to become due because monthly assessments were in varying amounts. The 12-month redemption period under s. 846.10 (2) is applicable to such foreclosures. Geneva National Community Association, Inc. v. Friedman, 228 Wis. 2d 572, 598 N.W.2d 600 (Ct. App. 1999), 98-1010.

    846.10 - ANNOT.

    Although a judgment must state whether any part of the property is homestead, if the evidence establishes a property is nonhomestead, the judgment need not state that fact. Geneva National Community Association, Inc. v. Friedman, 228 Wis. 2d 572, 598 N.W.2d 600 (Ct. App. 1999), 98-1010.

    846.10 - ANNOT.

    No statute provides that a creditor may not foreclose on a mortgage because the creditor has, in a prior action, obtained a judgment of foreclosure on another mortgage securing the same debt and a deficiency judgment. Bank of Sun Prairie v. Marshall Development Co. 2001 WI App 64, 242 Wis. 2d 355, 626 N.W.2d 319, 00-1076.

    846.10 - ANNOT.

    The Federal Farmers Home Administration is not subject to state exemption laws in the foreclosure of its mortgages. U.S. v. Einum, 821 F. Supp. 1283 (1993).

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