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If the purchaser of real property sold on execution, or the purchaser's successor in interest,
be evicted therefrom in consequence of irregularities in the proceedings concerning the sale, or
of the reversal or discharge of the judgment, the purchaser or successor may recover from the
judgment creditor the price paid, with interest. When such recovery is had in consequence of
irregularity, the judgment creditor shall thereupon be entitled, within ten years after such eviction,
to a new execution on the judgment for the price paid on the sale, with interest; and for that
purpose the judgment shall be deemed valid against the judgment debtor, the debtor's personal
representatives, heirs, or devisees, but not against a purchaser or encumbrancer in good faith who
became such before a levy on such new execution.
History: (9444) RL s 4314; 1986 c 444