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Section 5307.10 | Terms of payment when estate taken by party - execution of conveyance.


If one or more of the parties in the action for partition elects to take the estate at the appraised value, unless on good cause shown by special order the court of common pleas directs the entire payment to be made in cash, or all the parties in interest agree thereon, the terms of payment shall be one third cash, one third in one year, and one third in two years, with interest, the deferred payments to be secured to the satisfaction of the court. On payment being made in full, or in part, with sufficient security for the remainder, as provided in this section, according to the order of the court the sheriff shall make and execute a conveyance to the parties electing to take it.

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