Full Statute Name:  West's Arkansas Code Annotated. Title 18. Property. Subtitle 4. Mortgages and Liens (Chapters 39 to 59). Chapter 48. Miscellaneous Liens on Personal Property. Subchapter 2. Animals--Feeding and Care of Livestock. A.C.A. § 18-48-212. § 18-48-212. Sale proceeds and payments.

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Primary Citation:  A.C.A. § 18-48-212 Country of Origin:  United States Last Checked:  October, 2017 Alternate Citation:  AR ST § 18-48-212 Date Adopted:  1957
Summary: All sales of livestock at public auction shall be for cash. The proceeds of the sale, after payments underlying debts, if any, shall, if the owners are absent or unknown, be deposited with the treasurer of the county where the sale takes place. These net proceeds shall be paid to the persons entitled to them when they properly establish ownership in, or lien upon, the livestock, either by claim of title or by claim of valid lien.
Statute Text: 

(a) All sales under this subchapter shall be at public auction for cash.

(b)(1) The proceeds of the sale, after payment of the charges for the feeding, herding, pasturing, keeping, or ranching of the livestock, from the date when the lien became effective under § 18-48-203 until the date of the sale, and all the expenses of the sale, including costs of publication, attorney's fees, and costs of public auctioneer, if any, shall, if the owners are absent or unknown, be deposited with the treasurer of the county where the sale takes place by the person making the sale.

(2) These net proceeds shall be paid to the persons entitled to them when they properly establish ownership in, or lien upon, the livestock, either by claim of title or by claim of valid lien.

Credits

Acts of 1957, Act 311, §§ 6, 7.

Formerly A.S.A. 1947, §§ 51-922, 51-923.

 

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