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Petitioner to give notice of its execution
Real Property Actions & Proceedings (RPA) CHAPTER 81, ARTICLE 11
§ 1123. Petitioner to give notice of its execution. The petitioner
must give to the adverse party, or his attorney, written notice of the
time when, and the place where, the commissioner or commissioners will
attend, for the purpose of executing the commission, as follows:

a. If the place, where the commission is to be executed, is within the
United States, or the dominion of Canada, he must give at least two
months' notice;

b. If it is within any of the West India islande, he must give at
least three months' notice;

c. In every other case, he must give at least four months' notice.

Notice may be given, as required by this section, by serving it as
prescribed by law for the service of a paper upon an attorney in a civil
action in the supreme court.