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Statute: 2A:56-30

When a purchaser of real estate at a sale thereof by a commissioner or commissioners dies (a) after the sale has been made and the conditions thereof subscribed and agreed to but before it has been confirmed by the court, or (b) after the sale has been confirmed and the deed either has not been delivered to him prior to his death or having been delivered has been lost or mislaid and is not of record in the office of the county clerk or register of deeds and mortgages of the county wherein the real estate is situate, such commissioner or commissioners shall, the sale being confirmed by the court, execute and deliver to the heirs or devisees or assigns of the purchaser or the then present equitable owner of the real estate so sold a deed therefor, subject to any conditions, restrictions or reservations contained in the order of the court, if any there be, directing the making of such deed. No deed shall be delivered by such commissioner or commissioners until the conditions of sale shall have been fully complied with. L.1951 (1st SS), c.344.

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