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2016 Statute


41-1125.Alcoholic liquors subject to levy of execution; sale by sheriff, when; disposition of proceeds. The sheriff of any county who has in his possession alcoholic liquors on which he has levied execution for a judgment creditor may sell such alcoholic liquors when an order of the court is entered directing such sale. Such order shall be directed to the sheriff of the county in which execution is levied and shall fix the time and place of sale, method and manner in which the sale shall be held, together with such notice as the court shall direct. After payment of all costs of said action, the balance shall be paid to the judgment creditor, except, if the amount exceeds the amount of the judgment, then any excess of the judgment amount shall be returned to defendant debtor. This act shall not apply in any case in which the court has ordered and directed confiscation of liquors as part of a judgment or conviction.

History: L. 1968, ch. 354, § 1; March 30.

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