All sales that were made prior to January 1, 1972, under deeds of trust to secure
debts and indemnify sureties when the notice was not published once a week for four
successive weeks or a specified number of successive weeks are declared to be valid
and effective in all respects, if other reasonable advertisement of such sale was
given and such sale was otherwise valid and effective, provided that nothing herein
contained shall be construed as affecting any final order entered prior to March 1,
1944, by any court of competent jurisdiction, or any action now pending in a court
of competent jurisdiction, or as affecting intervening vested rights, and provided
further that no action may be brought after January 1, 1972, to vacate or set aside
any such sale.
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