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Bailiff’s Sale

On all sales of goods and chattels, the purchase price shall be paid in cash or certified bank checks, unless otherwise ordered by the Court.

The following rules will apply in any execution of personality:

(A) When executing upon household goods, creditor must name the exact items to be executed upon, also make and model of items if possible. After items are tagged and before the bailiff will remove any items from a residence or place of business, shall require a deposit of $250.00 minimum to $1,000.00 maximum, depending on the type of items obtained.

(B) Executions upon industrial and commercial properties must have the exact items to be executed upon, also make and model of items if possible. After industrial and commercial properties have been tagged and before the bailiff will remove any items from the location, he will require a deposit of $250.00 minimum or $2,000.00 maximum depending upon the type of items obtained.

(C) When executing upon automobiles, boats, and recreational vehicles, the complainant must obtain a copy of the title and Ohio registration license number or vehicle identification number, if possible. After the vehicle has been tagged, there will be a required deposit of $200.00 per vehicle to have it removed from the residence or business property or other place where it may be found.

When executing upon a Writ of Restitution, the bailiff will contact the defendant ten (10) days before the execution and the defendant must vacate the premises. If restitution requires the bailiff to have personal property and household goods removed from the address where the eviction is needed, no deposit shall be required, but the defendant will have to remove the goods from the premises at the defendant’s expense, only in the presence of the bailiff.

 

 

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