Alabama Code Title 6. Civil Practice § 6-9-121
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(a) When the officer taking property under execution shall die before the sale thereof, a writ of venditioni exponas shall issue directed to the proper officer of the county in which the property was taken, and such officer shall, under the writ of venditioni exponas, receive the property from the representatives of the former sheriff or other officer, who are required to deliver the same to the officer having the venditioni exponas, on his producing the same and executing a receipt for the property, and the officer shall proceed to sell the same as in other cases.
(b) If the representatives of the deceased officer shall refuse or neglect to deliver the property or if there shall not be an executor or administrator of his estate, the officer having the writ of venditioni exponas may seize the property taken by the former officer, wherever it may be found, and sell the same as in other cases, or the plaintiff may move for summary judgment in the court from which the execution issued against the representative of the deceased officer and his sureties; and, thereupon, a judgment shall be entered against the representatives of the deceased officer and his sureties for the amount of the execution which came to the hands of such deceased officer, with interest and costs.
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