The sheriff or the sheriff's deputy must be allowed the same fees for making distraint
and sale of goods and chattels for the payment of taxes as are allowed by law for
making a levy and sale of personal property on execution, and travel fees must be
allowed as determined by law. Such fees and mileage must be added to any tax and collected by the sheriff, and
when presenting a statement and bill for such fees and mileage a full and complete
description of the route traveled must be given. In no case may mileage be charged more than once from the county seat of the county
in which the services required are performed.
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