The judgment may be enforced by execution as an ordinary judgment for the recovery of money, except as in this section otherwise provided:
(1) When a judgment of foreclosure and sale is given, an execution may issue thereon against the property adjudged to be sold. If the judgment is in favor of the plaintiff only, the execution may issue as in ordinary cases, but if it is in favor of different persons, not united in interest, it shall issue upon the joint request of such persons or upon the order of the court or judge thereof on the motion of any of them.
(2) When the judgment is also against the defendants or any one of them in person, and the proceeds of the sale of the property upon which the lien is foreclosed are not sufficient to satisfy the judgment as to the sum remaining unsatisfied, the judgment may be enforced by execution as in ordinary cases. When in such case the judgment is in favor of different persons not united in interest, it shall be deemed a separate judgment as to such persons, and may be enforced accordingly. [Amended by 2003 c.576 §348]Section: Previous 88.010 88.020 88.030 88.040 88.050 88.060 88.070 88.075 88.080 88.090 88.100 88.110 88.120 88.710 88.720 Next
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