The sheriff shall charge and collect the following fees on behalf of the county:
1. For serving a summons, writ of attachment, writ of execution, subpoena, notice
of motion, or other notice or order of the court, order of replevin, injunctional
order, citation, or any other mesne process and making a return thereon, in addition
to the actual incurred costs of postage and long-distance telephone calls a total
of twenty dollars for each person served.
2. For making a return of not-found, twenty dollars.
3. For taking and filing a bond in claim and delivery or any other undertaking to
be furnished and approved by the sheriff, twenty dollars.
4. For making a copy of any process, bond, or paper, other than as is herein provided,
two dollars per page.
5. For levying or executing any writ, forty dollars.
6. For calling an inquest to appraise any goods and chattels that the sheriff may
be required to have appraised, twenty-five dollars, and each appraiser is entitled
to receive one hundred dollars to be taxed as costs.
7. For advertising a sale by means of a sheriff's notice of sale, in addition to any
publishing fees, twenty dollars.
8. For making a deed to land sold on execution or under an order of sale, twenty dollars.
9. For issuing a certificate of redemption when property has been redeemed from a
sale under execution or upon the foreclosure of a mortgage, twenty dollars.
10. For selling real or personal property under foreclosure of any lien or mortgage,
11. For boarding prisoners, a sum to be determined by the board of county commissioners,
by resolution in advance, which sum must be per meal for meals actually served, and
may not be less than two dollars for breakfast, two dollars and fifty cents for dinner,
and three dollars and fifty cents for supper.
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