what is a Pluries Order of Sale?

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Pat & Steve…, Agent, Westlake, OH
Sat Aug 15, 2009
In our current market in Westlake, as well as other suburbs in the Greater Cleveland Area, with owner occupied homes, it can take as much as 12 months before the foreclosure process concludes. With a Pluries of Sale, a property was not sold at the first advertised or second advertised Sheriff's Sale. The property is being advertised for Sheriff's Sale for a 3rd or more times, for a multitude of reasons.
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Thank you. Additionally, do you have any idea of how Bank of America can order third pluries order of sale without execution? There is no judgment. Decree of foreclosure was previously vacated by the court and case dismissed.
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Beverly Spil…, Agent, Southlake, TX
Tue Aug 4, 2009
Found this on Google -
"If the property is not sold at Sheriff’s sale, but the case has not been settled, the property can be re-advertised for sale. This may happen numerous times if the terms of the sale are not met. The first time a property is re-advertised, it will contain wording that it is an “Alias Order of Sale.” If the property is re-advertised a second or third time (or more), it will contain wording that it is a “Pluries Order of Sale.” When there is need to re-advertise a property, the process begins as it did originally: with a five-time publication of the notice of the sale."
hope that helps!
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