1. The sheriff or constable to whom the execution is directed must execute the same
in the same manner as the sheriff is required by the provisions of chapter 21 of NRS
to proceed upon executions directed to him or her, and the constable to whom the writ
is given, and any successor in office, shall have all the powers and be subject to
all the duties and liabilities therein given and imposed upon the sheriff.
2. Sales of real property shall be made at the front door of the office of the justice
of the peace. If the sale be of real property in a county other than the one in which the judgment
was rendered, the sale shall be at the front door of the office of the justice of
the peace of the county in which the property is situated, nearest the property.
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