* Debt Amount: Money plaintiff is owed
* All Costs: Advertising & administrative expenses incurred by plaintiff prior to sale
* Up Set Price: Minimum amount plaintiff will accept for property

Pre-sale dispositions

* STAYED: The sale has been completely stopped.
* Postponed: The sale has been postponed to a future sale.
* Pstpnd by CO: The sale has been postponed by court order.
* Bnkrptcy –PP: The sale is postponed due to a bankruptcy filing.
* For Sale: The sale will be held on date listed.

Post-sale dispositions

* SOLD - For Costs – There was no active bidding. The plaintiff has purchased at cost.
* SOLD - Consideration 3RD Party – “John Q. Public” has purchased the property.

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1. When and where do Sheriff’s Sales take place?
2. How do I find out which properties are being sold?
3. May I inspect a property I’m interested in prior to the sale?
4. Are Tax Sales or Judicial Sales included in the Sheriff’s Sale?
5. How do I buy a property at the Sheriff’s Sale?
6. How often is the sale list on the Real Estate Sheriff’s Sales web page updated with the status of the properties being offered?
7. Courtroom conduct.