It shall and may be lawful for the several courts of common pleas of this commonwealth,
in all cases where under existing laws the court has power to order the public sale
of real estate assigned for the benefit of creditors, may 1 decree and approve a private sale, or may 1 confirm a private sale returned under an order for a public sale if, in the opinion
of the court, under all the circumstances, as good or a better price can be obtained
at private than at public sale upon such notice being given to all lien creditors
in such manner as the court may direct.
It would seem that the word “may” in two places, should be “to.”
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