The officer charged with the service of the warrant shall levy and collect the sum
set forth in the warrant by attachment and seizure of the real and personal estate
of the corporation against whom the warrant was issued, and shall sell the estate
at public auction, giving thirty (30) days previous notice of the time and place of
the sale by posting up two (2) notices in the city or town in which the corporation
is located. A deed of the estate made by the officer shall vest in the purchaser all the right,
title, and interest, which the corporation had in the estate at the time of the attachment
and seizure of the estate.
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