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231 Pa. Code Rule 3126. Sale of inventory in course of trade.

Rule 3126. Sale of inventory in course of trade.

 Merchandise, inventory, or stock in trade of a defendant engaged in trade or business may, after levy, be sold by the defendant for cash in the ordinary course of trade or business if the plaintiff shall consent by writing directed to the sheriff. If the sheriff holds writs of more than one plaintiff against the defendant, all the plaintiffs must consent in writing to the sale. The sale shall be under the supervision of the sheriff. The proceeds of sale shall be immediately collected by or delivered to the sheriff until all writs held by the sheriff against the defendant are satisfied. Any plaintiff may withdraw his or her consent at any time.


   The provisions of this Rule 3126 adopted March 30, 1960, effective November 1, 1960; amended April 12, 1999, effective July 1, 1999, 29 Pa.B. 2281. Immediately preceding text appears at serial page (243913).

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