Enforcement of Court Orders Act, 1926.

Interruption of under-sheriff's custody not to prejudice sale.

11.—The power and authority of an under-sheriff to sell any goods, animals, or other chattels taken in execution by him shall not be prejudiced or affected by reason of such goods, animals, or chattels having been out of the custody of the under-sheriff or his custody thereof having been by any means interrupted at any time or times between the time of the seizure and the time of the actual sale of such goods, animals, or chattels.