2017 South Carolina Code of Laws
Title 15 - Civil Remedies and Procedures
CHAPTER 39 - EXECUTIONS AND JUDICIAL SALES GENERALLY
ARTICLE 1 General Provisions
- Section 15-39-10. Kinds of execution.
- Section 15-39-20. Executions of course within ten years.
- Section 15-39-30. Issuance of executions; effective period.
- Section 15-39-40. Counties to which execution may be issued.
- Section 15-39-50. Execution against the person.
- Section 15-39-60. Execution against married woman.
- Section 15-39-70. Executions may be taken out by administrators de bonis non.
- Section 15-39-80. Contents of executions.
- Section 15-39-90. Executions on judgments of inferior courts.
- Section 15-39-100. Execution constitutes no lien on personal property prior to levy.
- Section 15-39-110. Sheriff may break into house in certain cases.
- Section 15-39-120. Sheriff to keep memorandum of levy; schedule.
- Section 15-39-130. Returns.
- Section 15-39-140. Failure or neglect to make return.
- Section 15-39-150. Sheriff must give notice of money collected.
ARTICLE 3 Discovery; Arrest; Garnishment; Receivers and the Like
- Section 15-39-310. Order for discovery of property.
- Section 15-39-320. Arrest in lieu of discovery order.
- Section 15-39-330. Examination of witnesses and debtor.
- Section 15-39-340. Debtor of execution debtor may pay debt to sheriff.
- Section 15-39-350. Examination of debtors of judgment debtor.
- Section 15-39-360. Proceedings against joint debtors.
- Section 15-39-370. Witnesses may be required to testify.
- Section 15-39-380. Compelling party or witnesses to attend.
- Section 15-39-390. Master shall certify examination to judge.
- Section 15-39-400. Examinations and answers shall be under oath.
- Section 15-39-410. Property which may be ordered to be applied to execution.
- Section 15-39-420. Withholding of wages pursuant to foreign garnishment proceeding prohibited under certain circumstances.
- Section 15-39-430. Judge may appoint receiver.
- Section 15-39-440. Prohibition of transfer or of interference with property.
- Section 15-39-450. Filing and effect of order appointing receiver.
- Section 15-39-460. Proceedings on claims of others to property or on denial of indebtedness.
- Section 15-39-480. Costs of proceeding.
- Section 15-39-490. Punishment for contempt.
ARTICLE 5 Judicial Sales Generally
- Section 15-39-610. Property taken under execution shall be sold.
- Section 15-39-620. Estates held in trust may be sold.
- Section 15-39-630. Where and by whom sales made.
- Section 15-39-635. Judicial sales by referees.
- Section 15-39-640. Sheriff shall make judicial sales; fees.
- Section 15-39-650. Sheriff shall advertise sale of property.
- Section 15-39-660. Contents of advertisement of sale; manner of publication.
- Section 15-39-680. Judicial sale days.
- Section 15-39-690. Hours of sale.
- Section 15-39-700. Place of sales.
- Section 15-39-710. Sheriff's execution sales shall be for cash; resale.
- Section 15-39-720. Upset bids within thirty days on foreclosure or execution sale.
- Section 15-39-730. Upset bids in other judicial sales.
- Section 15-39-740. Deposits by bidders.
- Section 15-39-750. Return of deposit when bid raised.
- Section 15-39-760. Provisions of Sections 15-39-720 to 15-39-750 inapplicable to certain foreclosure suits.
- Section 15-39-770. Compensation of officer making sale of real estate.
- Section 15-39-780. Sale by debtor of property subject to levy and sale; proceeds shall be paid over to sheriff.
- Section 15-39-790. Sale by debtor of property subject to levy and sale; confirmation of sale and deed.
- Section 15-39-800. Sale by debtor of property subject to levy and sale; proceedings if judgment creditors object to sale.
- Section 15-39-810. Sale by debtor of property subject to levy and sale; endorsement on conveyance in case of objection.
- Section 15-39-820. Sale by debtor of property subject to levy and sale; proceedings when sale by sheriff brings more.
- Section 15-39-830. Conveyance after sale.
- Section 15-39-840. Conveyances of real estate sold under execution.
- Section 15-39-850. Successors of selling officers may make title.
- Section 15-39-860. Recording and indexing of execution conveyances.
- Section 15-39-870. Judicial sales shall be res judicata as to innocent purchasers, even without confirmation.
- Section 15-39-880. Certain liens extinguished by sale when lien creditor is a party to proceeding.
- Section 15-39-890. Reacquisition of property by lien debtor.
- Section 15-39-900. Proceeds paid to prior judgment lienor.
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