General Provisions For Judicial Sales

This is Article 11 of the Code of Virginia, titled “General Provisions For Judicial Sales.” It is part of Title 8.01, titled “Civil Remedies And Procedure.” It is part of Chapter 3, titled “Actions.” It’s comprised of the following 18 sections.

§ 8.01-100
Liability of clerk for false certificate or failure to give bond
§ 8.01-101
Purchasers relieved of liability for purchase money paid to such commissioner
§ 8.01-102
Purchasers not required to see to application of purchase money
§ 8.01-103
Special commissioner or other person appointed to do so to receive purchase money, etc.; liability of clerk for failure to give notice of appointment
§ 8.01-104
§ 8.01-105
Rule against special commissioner, purchaser, etc., for judgment for amounts due
§ 8.01-106
How cause heard upon rule and judgment rendered
§ 8.01-107
Trial by jury of issues made upon rule
§ 8.01-108
When sureties of commissioner, purchaser, etc., proceeded against by rule
§ 8.01-109
Commission for selling, collecting, etc.; each piece of property to constitute separate sale
§ 8.01-110
Appointment of special commissioner to execute deed, etc.; effect of deed
§ 8.01-111
What such deed to show
§ 8.01-112
Reinstatement of cause to appoint special commissioner to make deed
§ 8.01-113
When title of purchaser at judicial sale not to be disturbed
§ 8.01-96
Decree for sale; how made; bond of commissioner
§ 8.01-97
Delinquent taxes to be ascertained
§ 8.01-98
Sales of land when purchase price insufficient to pay taxes, etc
§ 8.01-99
Bond required of special commissioner for sale