In counties having a population of 500,000 or more, $4 for each person served within the county from which process issued, or 25 cents per mile if served outside the county.
The actual and necessary disbursements for board and conveyance of the prisoner.
(5) Collection of money.
For collecting and paying over all sums upon any execution, writ or process for the collection of money, 10% on the first $300; 5% on the next $300 or any part thereof; and 3% on any excess over $600; but the whole fee may not exceed $60.
Except as provided in par. (b)
, making a copy of any bond, undertaking, summons, writ, complaint or other paper served or taken, when required by law or demanded by a party, and if not furnished by a party to the action or attorney, $1 per page.
Making a copy of any bond, undertaking, summons, writ, complaint or other paper served or taken, when requested by the state public defender, a fee equal to the actual, necessary and direct costs of copying.
(7) Advertising personal property.
Advertising goods and chattels for sale upon execution, writ or process, $1.50. If there is more than one execution, writ or process in the hands of the sheriff against the same defendants, there shall be only one advertising fee charged in the whole, which shall be on the execution having priority.
(8) Seizure of property; evictions.
For serving any writ or other process with the aid of the county, $8; and $10 per hour for each deputy assigned to inventory the property when seizing property on attachment, replevin, execution or evicting on a writ of restitution or writ of assistance, plus all necessary expenses incurred thereby.
A fee of $50, of which $25 shall be prepaid and nonrefundable, for all necessary activities of the sheriff in connection with the sale of real estate by the sheriff or other officers, under any judgment or order of court, and making all the necessary papers and notices, including but not limited to:
Drawing, executing and acknowledging a deed pursuant to a sale of real estate.
Recording a certificate of sale with the register of deeds.
For travel in making the sale, to be computed from the courthouse, 20 cents per mile going and returning.
(10) Personal property; possession and storage.
All necessary expenses incurred in taking possession of any goods or chattels and preserving the same as shall be just and reasonable in the opinion of the court.
(11) Printing advertisements.
All fees allowed by law and paid to any printer for any advertisement required to be published by the sheriff.
(12) Notices of sale.
For the posting of notices of sale of personal property or posting any other notice and making a return thereon, $4 for the first posting and $2 for each additional posting.
Fees for mileage may only be collected if service is successful. 73 Atty. Gen. 106
Governing body may establish higher fees. 814.705(1)(a)
A county board may establish a higher fee for collection by the sheriff.
A city council may establish a higher fee for collection by the city constable and city police.
A village board may establish a higher fee for collection by the village marshal and village constable.
A town board may establish a higher fee for collection by the town constable or town police.
With respect to sheriff's fees for the sale of real estate under s. 814.70 (9)
, the county board may establish a higher fee in an amount not to exceed $150.
Fees of city police, constables and village marshals.
City police, constables and village marshals shall collect the same fees as those prescribed for sheriffs in s. 814.70
for similar services subject to any modification applicable under s. 814.705
History: 1981 c. 317
; 1987 a. 181
Fees of appraisers.
For appraisals under s. 815.19
, each appraiser shall collect a fee of $8, plus $10 per hour. The fee shall be paid by the officer and returned as a disbursement on the writ of attachment or execution.
History: 1981 c. 317