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Section 5307.15 | Proceedings when estate has been once offered and not sold.


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.

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