Rule 3114. Sequestration of rents, principal, interest, income, etc.
Upon execution against any interest in real property, or a mortgage or lien thereon the court on petition of the plaintiff, may order the sheriff, or a sequestrator appointed by the court, to collect any rent, interest, principal or other sum becoming due to the defendant, to exercise any powers possessed by the defendant as landlord, mortgagee, life tenant, judgment creditor, lien holder, vendor or otherwise, and to account to the court. The court may require a sequestrators bond in such amount and upon such terms as it deems proper.
Adopted March 30, 1960, effective November 1, 1960.
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