2010 Mississippi Code
Chapter 7 - Landlord and Tenant.
89-7-69 - Goods sold if not replevied.

§ 89-7-69. Goods sold if not replevied.

The officer making a distress or seizure shall give notice thereof, with the cause of taking, to the tenant or his representative in person if to be found, or if not found, by leaving such notice at the dwelling house or other conspicuous place on the premises charged with the rent distrained for, and shall forthwith advertise the property distrained or seized for sale as if under execution; and if the tenant or owner of the goods distrained or seized shall not, before the time appointed for the sale, replevy the same by giving bond with sufficient sureties, to be approved by such officer, payable to the plaintiff in the attachment, in double the amount claimed, conditioned for the payment of the sum demanded, with lawful interest for the same, and costs, at the end of three months after making such distress, the officer shall sell the goods and chattels distrained or seized at public sale to the highest bidder for cash, and shall, out of the proceeds of the sale, pay the costs of the proceedings, and shall pay to the plaintiff the amount of his demand, with interest. 

Sources: Codes, Hutchinson's 1848, ch. 56, art. 5(2); 1857, ch. 41, art. 2; 1871, § 1621; 1880, § 1303; 1892, § 2508; 1906, § 2845; Hemingway's 1917, § 2343; 1930, § 2195; 1942, § 917.

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