Executions and Exemptions

Sections

Constable authorized to act as sheriff with respect to writ.
Claim of exemption: Procedure; clerk to provide form and instructions; manner in which to object; burden of proof; release of property; debtor may not be required to waive.
Levy on property of going business.
Garnishment in aid of execution; notice of writ of garnishment; third-party claims.
Notice of sale under execution; separate notice for residential foreclosure.
Penalties for selling without notice; defacing notice.
Conduct of sales of real and personal property under execution: Place and time; who may not be purchasers; sales of parcels; directions of judgment debtor.
Proceedings after purchaser refuses to pay amount bid.
Delivery of personal property capable of manual delivery to purchaser; certificate of sale.
Delivery of personal property not capable of manual delivery; certificate of sale.
Sale of real property; purchaser acquires rights of judgment debtor; absolute sale and sale subject to redemption; certificate of sale.
Real property sold subject to redemption; who may redeem; redemptioner defined.
Time and manner of redemption.
Successive redemptions; redemption from previous redemptioner; notice of redemption; sheriff’s deed; certificate of redemption.
Payments of redemption to purchaser, redemptioner or officer; documents to be served by redemptioner; sheriff to pay over money.
Court may restrain waste until expiration of period for redemption; what is not considered waste.
Disposition of rents and profits.
Recovery by purchaser from judgment creditor after eviction from property because of irregularities of sale; revival of original judgment.