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21-53-2. Description of lien in judgment--Directions for sale of property. A judgment in favor of the plaintiff must specify the amount and nature of the lien and direct a sale of the property, or sufficient thereof if the same is divisible conveniently, to satisfy the judgment and costs. It shall direct sale by the sheriff or other proper officer of the court in like manner as when the sheriff sells property under execution, and the application by him of the proceeds of the sale, less his fees and expenses, to the payment of the judgment and costs.

Source: CCivP 1877, § 674; CL 1887, § 5496; RCCivP 1903, § 743; RC 1919, § 2919; SDC 1939 & Supp 1960, § 37.3301.

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Statutes > South-dakota > Title-21 > Chapter-53 > Statute-21-53-2

21-53-2. Description of lien in judgment--Directions for sale of property. A judgment in favor of the plaintiff must specify the amount and nature of the lien and direct a sale of the property, or sufficient thereof if the same is divisible conveniently, to satisfy the judgment and costs. It shall direct sale by the sheriff or other proper officer of the court in like manner as when the sheriff sells property under execution, and the application by him of the proceeds of the sale, less his fees and expenses, to the payment of the judgment and costs.

Source: CCivP 1877, § 674; CL 1887, § 5496; RCCivP 1903, § 743; RC 1919, § 2919; SDC 1939 & Supp 1960, § 37.3301.


State Codes and Statutes

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > South-dakota > Title-21 > Chapter-53 > Statute-21-53-2

21-53-2. Description of lien in judgment--Directions for sale of property. A judgment in favor of the plaintiff must specify the amount and nature of the lien and direct a sale of the property, or sufficient thereof if the same is divisible conveniently, to satisfy the judgment and costs. It shall direct sale by the sheriff or other proper officer of the court in like manner as when the sheriff sells property under execution, and the application by him of the proceeds of the sale, less his fees and expenses, to the payment of the judgment and costs.

Source: CCivP 1877, § 674; CL 1887, § 5496; RCCivP 1903, § 743; RC 1919, § 2919; SDC 1939 & Supp 1960, § 37.3301.

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