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Section 2329.42 | Two or more executions to same officer.


If two or more executions entitled to no preference as to each other are put in the hands of the same officer, when required, he must levy them on separate parcels of the real property of the judgment debtor if, in the opinion of the appraisers, they can be divided without material injury. If the real property of such debtor is not sufficient, at two thirds of its appraised value, to satisfy all the executions chargeable thereon, such part of it must be levied on, to satisfy each execution, as bears the same proportion in value to the whole as the amount due on the execution bears to the amount of all the executions chargeable thereon, as near as may be, according to the appraised value of each separate parcel.

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