§38-7-36. Order of sale to satisfy judgment for plaintiff.
If the claim of the plaintiff in any suit or proceeding
under this article be established, judgment or decree shall be
rendered for him, and the court shall order the sale of all real
or personal property levied upon, under and by virtue of any such
attachment, which shall not have been previously sold, including
any property embraced in any forthcoming bond, but not including
any property restored to the defendant upon his giving bond to
perform the judgment or decree of the court, and direct the
proceeds of the sale of such property, and any funds derived from
property previously sold, to be applied in satisfaction of such
judgment or decree. But no real estate shall be sold under such
order until all other property and money, so levied on as
aforesaid, has been exhausted, and then only so much thereof as
is necessary to pay the judgment or decree.