Sale en Masse Law and Legal Definition
Sale en masse refers to sale of several things in one lot for one sum. It is an execution sale of several distinct parcels of real estate, or several articles of personal property, together for a single gross sum.
A sale en masse is presumed to be injurious because defendant has the right to have each parcel separately sold so that each part may be separately redeemed. [Anniston Pipe Works v. Williams, 106 Ala. 324 (Ala. 1894)].
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