Indiana Code - Civil Law and Procedure - Title 34, Section 34-25-2-17
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Property that is perishable or expensive to keep; procedure for sale
at public auction
Sec. 17. When attached personal property is perishable in nature
or expensive to keep, the court may direct the sheriff to sell the
property at public auction upon reasonable notice. If the property is
liable to immediate damage, the sheriff may sell the property by
giving ten (10) days notice, without an order of court, and the
proceeds of all sales shall be deposited with the clerk.
As added by P.L.1-1998, SEC.20.
Last modified: May 25, 2006