§14-1-11. Sale of real estate under execution -- Conveyance.
So soon as the purchaser shall pay the purchase money, a deed shall be executed at his costs, reciting the execution, the sale and the price, and conveying the land to him. The grantor in such deed may either be the sheriff himself or the deputy or other person who acted in making the sale, but such deputy or other person shall not be such grantor unless the sheriff is legally disqualified from acting. Such deed shall pass to the purchaser all the interest which the party against whom the execution issued had in the land at the date of the judgment or decree.