SALE BY SHERIFF
22. Subject to these Rules, the Sheriff must sell all property seized by him under a writ of execution or distress.
23. Unless the Sheriff otherwise orders, all sales must be by public auction between the hours of 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. and notice in Form 91 of the day, hour and place of any intended sale must be posted on the notice board of the Registry and as far as practicable at the place of intended sale 7 days before the date of sale.
—(1) Where the value of the property attached or seized is estimated by the Sheriff to exceed $2,000, the sale must, unless the Sheriff otherwise orders, be conducted by an authorised auctioneer and the sale must be publicly advertised by the Sheriff or auctioneer once 14 days before the date of sale.
(2) In any other case, the sale may be conducted by the Sheriff.
25. Negotiable instruments may be sold through the agency of a broker.
26. Where the execution or endorsement of any document is ordinarily lawfully required to give effect to any sale by the Sheriff, the Sheriff may execute or endorse such document; and the execution or endorsement thereof by the Sheriff shall have the same effect as the execution or endorsement by the judgment debtor.
—(1) An order under section 43 of the Subordinate Courts Act (Chapter 321), suspending or staying execution must be in Form 92.
(2) The Court may order the person liable to execution to pay the costs of the writ and any fees or expenses incurred by the bailiff before the suspension of execution and may authorise the bailiff to sell a portion of the movable property seized sufficient to realise such costs, fees and expenses, and commission (if any).