(k) Orders for possession of real property sold pursuant to this Article, in favor
of the purchaser and against any party or parties in possession at the time of application
therefor, may be issued by the clerk of the superior court of the county in which
the property is sold if all of the following apply:
(1) The property has been sold in the exercise of the power of sale contained in any
mortgage, deed of trust, leasehold mortgage, leasehold deed of trust, or a power of
sale authorized by any other statutory provisions.
(2a) The provisions of this Article have been complied with.
(3) The sale has been consummated, and the purchase price has been paid.
(4) The purchaser has acquired title to and is entitled to possession of the real
(5) Ten days' notice has been given to the party or parties who remain in possession
at the time application is made, or, in the case of residential property containing
15 or more rental units, 30 days' notice has been given to the party or parties who
remain in possession at the time the application is made.
(6) Application is made by petition to the clerk by the mortgagee, the trustee, the
purchaser of the property, or any authorized representative of the mortgagee, trustee,
or purchaser of the property.
(l) An order for possession issued pursuant to G.S. 45-21.29(k) shall be directed to the sheriff and shall authorize the sheriff to remove all occupants
and their personal property from the premises and to put the purchaser in possession,
and shall be executed in accordance with the procedure for executing a writ or order
for possession in a summary ejectment proceeding under G.S. 42-36.2. The purchaser shall have the same rights and remedies in connection with the execution
of an order for possession and the disposition of personal property following execution
as are provided to a landlord under North Carolina law, including Chapters 42 and
44A of the General Statutes.
(m) When the real property sold is situated in more than one county, the provisions
of subsection (l) of this section shall be complied with in each county in which any
part of the property is situated.
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