§ 45‑21.26.  Preliminary report of sale of real property.

(a) The person exercising a power of sale of real property, shall, within five days after the date of the sale, file a report thereof with the clerk of the superior court of the county in which the sale was had.

(b) The report shall be signed by the person authorized to hold the sale, or by his agent or attorney, and shall show –

(1) The authority under which the person making the sale acted;

(2) The name of the mortgagor or grantor;

(3) The name of the mortgagee or trustee;

(4) The date, time and place of the sale;

(5) A reference to the book and page in the office of the register of deeds, where the instrument is recorded or, if not recorded, a description of the property sold, sufficient to identify it, and, if sold in parts, a description of each part so sold;

(6) The name or names of the person or persons to whom the property was sold;

(7) The price at which the property, or each part thereof, was sold, and that such price was the highest bid therefor;

(8) The name of the person making the report; and

(9) The date of the report. (1949, c. 720, s. 1; 1951, c. 252, s. 2.)