sheriff's sale


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sheriff's sale

n. an auction sale of property held by the sheriff pursuant to a writ (court order) of execution (to seize and sell the property) to satisfy (pay) a judgment, after notice to the public. (See: levy, execution, writ, forced sale)

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$3.5 million: Lane County Sheriff's sale of Sleep Inn & Suites motel in Eugene to Miami Beach, Fla.-based LNR Property.
At six months after a sheriff's sale, a third of foreclosed homes are in an extended period of vacancy.
The lender then won the bid at the sheriff's sale and took title to the property.
The organization would use that money to pay off debt purchased at a sheriff's sale by Edina-based investment firm O'Brien-Staley Partners.
The other had about $70,000 in liens placed on it by the village, which had acquired the abandoned home and garage on the corner lot at a sheriff's sale.
Q: Does the RTC of Imus, Cavite, Branch 21 have the power and authority to hear the complaint filed by Romy given that it was in the RTC of Bacoor, Cavite, Branch 19, where the subject judgment originated and which issued the order of execution, writ of execution, notice of levy and notice of sheriff's sale?
Brown appealed from a trial court order confirming a post-foreclosure sheriff's sale of his residence and distribution of the proceeds.
in west Eugene in a sheriff's sale for $2.4 million, according to a deed filed with the county.
It never goes to the sheriff's sale, so nobody ever knows it was a distressed property, he said.
Tyson bought the Southington Township mansion at sheriff's sale in 1989 for $300,000 and sold it for $1.3 million 10 years later to an infomercial entrepreneur sent to federal prison in 2007 for money laundering.
received a notice of sheriff's sale from the Office of the Clerk of Court cure the Bank's failure of personally notifying Global Corp.?
On July 22, 2011, Capital One filed a Supplementary Petition for Deficiency seeking a judgment against Nicoll for the full amount due on the note, but allowing credit only for the $78,334 realized at the sheriff's sale. Nicoll argued that because Capital One purchased the property at the sheriff's sale and later sold it to realize a profit, he was entitled to credit for the full amount paid when Capital One resold the property for $135,000.