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Rule 651. When Execution Not Satisfied
When the property levied upon does not sell for enough to satisfy the execution, the officer shall proceed anew, as in the first instance, to make the residue.
Source: Art. 3815, unchanged.
For context only: Art. 3816. Conveyance to Purchaser. When a sale has been made and the terms thereof complied with, the officer shall execute and deliver to the purchaser a conveyance of all the right, title, interest and claim which the defendant in execution had in and to the property sold.
For context only: Art. 3817. Conveyance After Death of Purchaser. If the purchaser, having complied with the terms of the sale, shall die before a conveyance was executed to him, the officer shall nevertheless convey the property to the purchaser, and the conveyance shall have the same effect as if it had been executed in the lifetime of the purchaser.
For context only: Art. 3818. Purchaser Deemed Innocent. A purchaser at a sale under execution shall be deemed to be an innocent purchaser without notice in all cases where he would be deemed to be such had the sale been made voluntarily by the defendant in person.
For context only: Art. 3819. Penalty for Unlawful Sale. Any officer who shall sell any property without giving the previous notice herein directed, or who shall sell the same otherwise than in the manner prescribed herein, shall forfeit and pay to the party injured not less than ten nor more than two hundred dollars in addition to such other damages as the party may have sustained, to be recovered on motion, five days notice thereof being given such officer and his sureties.
For context only: Art. 3820. Officer Shall Not Purchase. If any officer or his deputy making sale of property on execution, shall, directly or indirectly, purchase the same, the sale shall be void.
Oct. 29, 1940, eff. Sept. 1, 1941.