forced sale

noun Law.
a sale held as a result of a judicial order.

Origin:
1840–50, Americanism

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Example sentences
Also, he/she may take into consideration forced sale value when it bears a realistic relationship to fair market value.
The price for which such real property would sell at auction or forced sale shall not be taken as the criterion of its value.
Liquidation value refers to the amount you can expect to recover in a forced sale situation.
The value of a particular item of property is not the price that a forced sale of the property would produce.
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