Who may acquire.
In case the premises sold on execution or any part of them are not redeemed within the year prescribed by ss. 815.39 (1)
then the interest of the purchaser may be acquired within 3 months after the expiration of the redemption period by the persons and on the terms prescribed in this section.
(2) Creditors, mortgagees, interest.
Any creditor of the person against whom such execution issued having a judgment or a recorded mortgage which is a lien upon the premises sold, or upon any lot or parcel or portion separately sold, may within fifteen months from the time of such sale by paying the sum paid on the sale thereof, together with interest from the time of such sale, thereby acquire all the rights of the original purchaser, subject to be defeated in the manner mentioned in s. 815.48
(3) Sales of undivided interests.
Any owner of such judgment or mortgage which is a lien upon any undivided share or interest in any real estate sold under execution, may, within the same time, on the same terms and in the same manner, acquire the title of the original purchaser to such share or interest by paying such part of the whole purchase money of such real estate as shall be in a just proportion to the amount of such share or interest.
Sup. Ct. Order, 67 Wis. 2d 585, 761, 781 (1975); Stats. 1975 s. 815.44; 1997 a. 254
; 2001 a. 86
Execution sale; creditors may acquire title of preceding creditor.
Whenever any creditor shall acquire the title of the original purchaser, pursuant to s. 815.44
, any other creditor who might have acquired such title may become a purchaser thereof from the first creditor who acquired the same upon the following conditions:
By paying to such first creditor, the first creditor's personal representatives or assigns the sum which the first creditor paid to acquire such title, together with interest thereon from the time of the first creditor's payment.
If the judgment or mortgage by virtue of which the first creditor acquired the title of the original purchaser be prior to the judgment or mortgage of such 2nd creditor and is still a lien as to such 2nd creditor the 2nd creditor shall also pay to such first creditor the amount due on the first creditor's judgment or mortgage.
In the same manner any third or other creditor who might have acquired the title of the original purchaser may become a purchaser thereof from the second, third or other creditor who may have become such purchaser from any other creditor, upon the terms and conditions before specified in this section.
If the original purchaser of any premises shall also be a creditor of the defendant against whom the execution issued, and as such might acquire the title of any purchaser according to the preceding provisions, the original purchaser may avail himself or herself of his or her judgment or mortgage, in the manner and on the terms prescribed, to acquire the title which any creditor may have obtained.
But the judgment creditor, under whose execution the real estate was sold cannot acquire the title of the original purchaser or of any creditor to the premises so sold by virtue of the judgment on which such execution issued.
Sup. Ct. Order, 67 Wis. 2d 585, 761, 781 (1975); Stats. 1975 s. 815.48; 1993 a. 486
Payment on acquisition of purchaser's or creditor's interest.
The sums required to be paid to acquire the title of the original purchaser at the execution sale or to become a purchaser from any creditor may be paid to such purchaser or creditor, to the purchaser's or creditor's representative or assigns or to the then sheriff of the county where the real estate is situated; upon such payment being made the title of the original purchaser shall be thereby transferred to the creditor acquiring the same and from such creditor to any other creditor becoming a purchaser thereof.
Sup. Ct. Order, 67 Wis. 2d 585, 761 (1975); Stats. 1975 s. 815.52; 1993 a. 486
Execution sale; evidences of right of creditor to acquire title.
To entitle any creditor to acquire the title of the original purchaser on the execution sale or to become a purchaser from any other creditor, the creditor shall exhibit to such purchaser or other creditor or to the sheriff the following evidences of the creditor's right:
A certified copy of the creditor's judgment or of the record of the creditor's mortgage.
A certified copy of all assignments of such judgment or mortgage which are necessary to establish the creditor's claim.
A certified copy of the creditor's letters testamentary or other letters authorizing the administration of the decedent's estate, in the case of a personal representative.
An affidavit of such creditor or his or her attorney, or agent stating the sum due on such judgment or the sum owing on such mortgage at the time of claiming such right to purchase. Within 3 days after making such acquisition such creditor shall record such evidences of his or her right in the office of the register of deeds of the county where the original certificate of sale is filed.
Sup. Ct. Order, 67 Wis. 2d 585, 761 (1975); Stats. 1975 s. 815.53; 1993 a. 301
; 1995 a. 224
; 2001 a. 102
Execution sale, title when divested, action for injury to premises.
The right and title of the person against whom the execution was issued, to any real estate which shall be sold thereby, shall not be divested by such sale until the expiration of fifteen months from the time of sale; and if such real estate shall not have been redeemed and a deed shall be executed in pursuance of a sale the grantee shall be vested with the legal estate from the time of the sale for the purpose of an action for an injury to such real estate.
History: Sup. Ct. Order, 67 Wis. 2d 585, 761 (1975); Stats. 1975 s. 815.54.
Execution sale; deed when to issue; limitation.
If after the expiration of 15 months from the time of the sale of any real estate upon execution any part of the premises sold shall remain unredeemed, the sheriff of the county in which the real estate is situated shall, on demand, execute a deed for the unredeemed premises to the person entitled to the deed. The deed shall convey all of the right, title and interest which was sold upon the execution, except that no deed shall be issued after 20 years from the date of the sale.
Sup. Ct. Order, 67 Wis. 2d 585, 761 (1975); Stats. 1975 s. 815.55; 1997 a. 254
Sheriff's deed; grantee if purchaser dead.
If the person who would be entitled to a deed of real estate sold on execution dies before the delivery of that deed, the sheriff shall execute a deed to the decedent's personal representative who shall either hold the real estate in trust for the use of the heirs or devisees of the decedent, subject to the surviving spouse's right to elect under s. 861.02 (1)
, or sell the real estate for the payment of debts in the same manner as lands owned by the decedent.
Sup. Ct. Order, 67 Wis. 2d 585, 761 (1975); 1975 c. 94
s. 91 (5)
; 1975 c. 199
; Stats. 1975 s. 815.56; 1983 a. 186
; 1985 a. 37
; 1987 a. 393
; 1997 a. 188
; 2001 a. 102
Sheriff's deed, recovery of purchase price on eviction.
If the purchaser of real estate sold on execution, the purchaser's heirs or assigns shall be evicted from such real estate, or if in an action for the recovery thereof judgment shall be rendered against the purchaser or the purchaser's heirs or assigns in consequence of any irregularity in such sale, or of the judgment upon which such execution issued being vacated or reversed, the purchaser or the purchaser's heirs or assigns may recover of the party for whose benefit such real estate was sold the amount paid on the purchase thereof, with interest.
Sup. Ct. Order, 67 Wis. 2d 585, 761 (1975); Stats. 1975 s. 815.57; 1993 a. 486
Execution sale; judgment, creditor's further remedy.
The party for whose benefit real estate was sold on execution and the party's personal representatives, upon recovery being had against him or her under s. 815.57
in consequence of any irregularity in such sale, may have further execution upon the judgment to levy the sum paid on such sale, with interest. Such judgment shall be effectual for that purpose against the defendant, the defendant's personal representative, heirs and devisees; but not against any purchaser in good faith or any encumbrancer whose title or whose encumbrance accrued before the levy of such execution.
Sup. Ct. Order, 67 Wis. 2d 585, 761, 781 (1975); Stats. 1975 s. 815.58; 1993 a. 486
; 1995 a. 225
Contribution when lands of several are sold on execution. 815.59(1)(1)
When lands of several persons shall be liable to satisfy any final judgment and the whole of such judgment or more than a due proportion thereof shall be paid by one of such persons or shall be levied upon the lands of any one or more of such persons, the persons so aggrieved or their personal representatives may compel a just contribution by all the persons whose lands ought to contribute to said satisfaction.
Such lands are liable to contribution in the following order:
If they were conveyed by the defendant in the execution, they are liable in succession, commencing with the lands last conveyed.
If they were sold under execution against the defendant, they are liable in succession, commencing with the lands sold under the youngest judgment.
If there be lands so liable, which were conveyed by the defendant in execution, and also lands which were sold under execution against the defendant the lands are liable in succession, according to the order herein prescribed.
Sup. Ct. Order, 67 Wis. 2d 585, 761 (1975); Stats. 1975 s. 815.59; 1993 a. 486
Proceedings to recover contribution.
In an action to compel contribution under s. 815.59
the court shall, in a proper case, permit the plaintiff to use the original judgment and issue execution thereon, for the amount which ought to be contributed by the lands subject to the lien of such judgment, and for that purpose such original judgment shall remain a lien, when preserved as provided in s. 815.62
, for the term of 10 years from the date of the entry thereof, to the extent of the sum which ought to be so contributed, but in all cases such liens shall continue for the purposes above stated for 3 years after any sale under which contribution is claimed.
History: Sup. Ct. Order, 67 Wis. 2d 585, 761, 781 (1975); Stats. 1975 s. 815.61.
Lien, how preserved after execution sale; clerk's fee.
To preserve the lien of the original judgment upon lands and subject them to sale on execution under s. 815.61
, the person aggrieved shall, within 20 days after the payment for which he or she claims a contribution, file an affidavit with the clerk of circuit court in which the original judgment was rendered, stating the sum paid and his or her claim to use the judgment for the reimbursement of the payment. The clerk of circuit court shall enter in the judgment and lien docket the sum paid and that the judgment is claimed to be a lien in that amount. To preserve the lien upon property situated in a county other than the county where the circuit court that rendered the judgment is located, a similar affidavit and notice shall be filed with the clerk of circuit court for that county and a like entry made upon the judgment and lien docket in that county. The fee of the clerk of circuit court for making the entry is prescribed in s. 814.61 (5)
Sup. Ct. Order, 67 Wis. 2d 585, 761, 781 (1975); Stats. 1975 s. 815.62; 1981 c. 317
; 1995 a. 224
Sheriff's deed; writ of assistance.
Whenever title has been perfected to any real estate sold on execution, or to any part or interest in the real estate, and the defendant in execution, or any other person claiming under the defendant by title accruing subsequently to the entry of the judgment in the judgment and lien docket upon which the judgment was issued, shall be in possession of that real estate or part or interest in that real estate, and, upon demand of the person in whom the title has been perfected, refuses to surrender the possession, the person may apply to the court from which the execution issued, by verified petition, for a writ of assistance to obtain possession. A copy of this petition, with a notice of the time and place when and where the petition will be presented, shall be served upon the person against whom the writ is issued at least 10 days before the petition is presented. The petition may be served as a summons in an action in the circuit court. The court may direct the writ to issue, and the writ shall be executed and return made in the same manner as upon a sale upon a judgment for foreclosure of a mortgage.
Sup. Ct. Order, 67 Wis. 2d 585, 761 (1975); Stats. 1975 s. 815.63; 1977 c. 449
; 1995 a. 224
The general provision for writs of assistance is s. 815.11
Judgment lien, how discharged on redemption. 815.64(1)(1)
When any judgment debtor or person claiming under the judgment debtor has redeemed the lands or any part of or interest in the lands sold on execution the person or officer to whom the redemption money was paid shall execute, acknowledge and deliver to the redeemer a certificate, attested by 2 witnesses, containing all of the following:
The amount of money paid to redeem the lands or interests in lands.
A description of the lands or interests in the lands so redeemed.
A certificate executed under sub. (1)
may be recorded in the office of the register of deeds of the county in which the lands are situated, and shall be presumptive evidence of the redemption of the lands described in the certificate from the execution sale and from the lien of the judgment by virtue of which the execution sale was made.
Sup. Ct. Order, 67 Wis. 2d 585, 761 (1975); Stats. 1975 s. 815.64; 1993 a. 486
; 1997 a. 254