2020 Tennessee Code
Title 40 - Criminal Procedure
Chapter 11 - Bail
Part 2 - Forfeiture of Bail
§ 40-11-214. Payment of Costs — Notice to Clerk of Court
- Whenever property has been purchased by the state, under §§ 40-11-206 — 40-11-215, it is the duty of the district attorney general to certify to the commissioner of finance and administration the amount of costs incurred by the sheriff in making the sale, including the fees and commissions of the sheriff for making the sale, and forward same, together with the sheriff's deed, to the commissioner. Upon receipt of the certification, the amount of costs so certified shall be paid by the commissioner to the sheriff, as other criminal costs are paid.
- The commissioner shall notify the clerk of the court wherein the forfeiture was taken of the amount of the purchase price and of the costs so paid.
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