Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 76A.djvu/417

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-321(b) The property may be again, and as often as a redemptioner is so disposed, redeemed from any previous redemptioner within 60 days after the last redemjption, on paying the sum paid on the last previous redemption, with 2 percent thereon in addition, and the amount of any liens, other than the judgment under which the property was sold, held by the last redemptioner previous to his own with interest. (c) Written notice of redemption shall be given to the marshal and a duplicate filed with the registrar of property, and if the redemptioner has or acquires any lien other than that upon which the redemption was made, notice thereof shall in like manner be given to the marshal and filed with the registrar; and if such a notice is not filed, the property may be redeemed without paying such lien. (d) If no redemption is made within 12 months after sale, the purchaser, or his assignee, is entitled to a conveyance; or if so redeemed, whenever 60 days have elapsed, and no other redemption has been made, and notice thereof given and the time for redemption has expired, the last redemptioner, or his assignee, is entitled to a marshal's deed; but, in all cases, the judgment debtor shall have the entire period of 12 months from the date of the sale to redeem the property. (e) If the judgment debtor redeems, he shall make the same payments as are required to effect a redemption by a redemptioner. If the debtor redeems, the effect of the sale is terminated and he is restored to his estate. (f) Upon a redemption by the debtor, the person to whom the payment is made shall execute and deliver to him a certificate of redemption, acknowledged or proved before an officer authorized to take acknowledgments. The certificate shall be filed and recorded in the office of the registrar of property, and the registrar shall note the record thereof in the margin of the record of the certificate of sale. § 560. Redemption; persons to whom payments made; tender The payments mentioned in sections 558 and 559 of this title may be made to the purchaser or redemptioner, or for him, to the officer who made the sale. A tender of the money is equivalent to payment. § 561. Redemption; documents to be produced by redemptioner A redemptioner shall produce to the officer or person from whom he seeks to redeem and serve with his notice to the marshal making the sale, or his successor in office: (1) a copy of the docket of the judgment under which he claims the right to redeem, certified by the clerk of the court where the judgment is docketed; or, if he redeems upon a mortgage or other lien, a note of the record thereof, certified by the registrar; (2) a copy of any assignment necessary to establish his claim, verified by the affidavit of himself, or of a subscribing witness thereto; and (3) an affidavit by himself or his agent, showing the amount then actually due on the lien. § 562. Restraining waste during period for redemption Until the expiration of the time allowed for redemption, the court may restrain the commission of waste on the property, by order granted with or without notice, on the application of the purchaser or the judgment creditor. But it is not waste for the person in possession of the property at the time of sale, or entitled to possession afterwards, during the period allowed for redemption, to continue to use it in the same manner in which it was previously used; or to use it in the ordinary course of husbandry; or to make the necessary repairs of buildings thereon; or to use wood or timber on the property therefor or for the repair of fences or for fuel for his family, while he occupies the property.