When the estate has been offered once and not sold, alias writs for its sale may issue as often as need be. The court of common pleas may order a revaluation by up to three suitable disinterested persons and direct a sale of the estate at not less than two thirds of the revaluation, or, if deemed for the interest of the parties, the court may order a sale without a revaluation, at not less than a sum it fixes.
Cite as R.C. § 5307.15
History. Effective Date: 10-14-1997