When, in the exercise of his authority, a judge has ordered the deposit, delivery
or conveyance of money or other property, and the order is disobeyed, the judge, besides
punishing the disobedience as for contempt, may make an order requiring the sheriff
to take the money or property, and deposit, deliver, or convey it, in conformity with
the direction of the judge.
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