If, in the opinion of the sheriff, any personal property levied on under execution
is perishable because subject to rapid deterioration, he shall forthwith report such
levy, together with a description of the property, to the clerk of the superior court,
and request instructions as to the sale of such property. If the clerk then determines that the property is such perishable property, he shall
thereupon order a sale thereof to be held at such time and place and upon such notice
to be given in such manner and for such length of time as he deems advisable. If the clerk determines that the property is not perishable, he shall order it to
be sold in the same manner as other nonperishable property.
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