Section 35-6-85

Conduct of hearing generally; order confirming sale.

On the day appointed for such hearing, or on any other day to which it may be continued the court must proceed to hear such report and the evidence for and against the confirmation of such sale. Such evidence shall be taken orally in open court at the time of the hearing or by deposition as in actions before the circuit court. If upon such hearing it shall appear to the satisfaction of the court that such sale as made is to the interest of the ward, the court shall make an order confirming the same, and, if it shall appear to the court that full payment has been made to the guardian for the interest of the minor in such sale, such order shall direct the guardian, or any other person appointed by the court, to make conveyance of the interest of the ward in the land or realty to the purchaser thereof.

(Code 1907, §5258; Code 1923, §9362; Code 1940, T. 47, §224.)