SEC. 97-19-51. Selling property previously sold or encumbered.
If any person shall sell, barter, or exchange or mortgage, or give deed of trust on, any property, real or personal, which he had before sold, bartered, or exchanged, or obligated himself to sell, barter, or exchange, or which he had mortgaged, or in any manner encumbered, or on which he knows there is a lien of any kind by contract or by law, without informing the person to whom he so sells, barters, exchanges, or bargains, or mortgages or gives deed of trust on it, of the exact state of the property as affected by said acts or of the lien or incumbrance thereon, he shall be guilty of obtaining under false pretenses whatever he received from the person dealing with him, and shall, on conviction, be punished therefor, as for obtaining goods under false pretenses.
SOURCES: Codes, 1880, Sec. 2813; 1892, Sec. 1088; 1906, Sec. 1168; Hemingway's 1917, Sec. 895; 1930, Sec. 921; 1942, Sec. 2151; Laws, 1900, ch. 96.