If real estate, in which there is an estate for life, either in dower, by the curtesy
or otherwise, is chargeable with any assessment for local or public improvements,
and is or may become liable by force of law to be sold for the payment of such assessment,
the superior court may, in a summary or other action, in which shall be joined all
persons having any interest in the real estate, direct a person designated by the
court for that purpose, to sell such real estate, either in whole or in part, as shall
be deemed for the best interest of the persons interested therein.
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