Ads for Sheriff’s Sales of Real Properties can now be found at the following locations:
In the Lancaster Law Review
In the Lancaster Newspaper
IMPORTANT NOTE: The Proposed Schedule of Distribution of the sale proceeds (PSOD) will no longer be mailed to anyone. Rather, per Pa. Rule of Civil Procedure 3136, the PSOD will be filed in the Prothonotary’s Office once it is available.
If you disagree with anything that is in or missing from the PSOD,you must object & explain your reasons in detail by filing written “Exceptions to the Proposed Schedule of Distribution” with the Sheriff’s Office no later than ten (10) days after the PSOD is filed; otherwise, you will be deemed to have waived such objections & you will be bound by the PSODas filed by the Sheriff’s Office.