SEC. 89-1-311. Application to levies and advertisements for sale.
The provisions of sections 89-1-301 to 89-1-329 shall apply to levies and advertisements for sales under executions, including those under deficiency judgments or decrees where the judgment, decree or account sued on existed prior to the date of the disaster declaration by the governor in which he specifically included the relief provided for in sections 89-1-301 to 89-1-329; and when an advertisement has been made for a sale under any execution, the judgment debtor or any person interested in the real property levied upon may enjoin the sale under execution, whereupon the plaintiff in execution shall proceed to enforce the same by a cross-bill or by original bill in the same manner as if the plaintiff in execution were the holder of a mortgage. When an original bill has been filed in response to a bill of injunction under sections 89-1-301 to 89-1-329, the causes may be consolidated for the hearing and for all subsequent proceedings, save as to the pleadings and process.
SOURCES: Laws, 1980, ch. 371, Sec. 6, eff from and after passage (approved April 25, 1980).