Anyone given possession under a judicial sale confirmed, where the title is retained
as a security for the price, is the legal owner of the property for all purposes of
bringing suits for injuries thereto, after the day of sale, by trespass or wrongful
possession, in the same manner as if the title had been conveyed to him on day of
sale, unless restrained by some order of the court directing the sale; and the suit
brought is under the control of the court ordering the sale.
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