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Title VII CITIES, TOWNS AND VILLAGES

Chapter 92

Effective - 28 Aug 1993 bottom

  92.810.  Waiting period after final judgment — notice of sale to owners, form of — failure to redeem, transfer, purpose, reimbursement. — 1.  After the judgment of foreclosure has been entered, or, after a motion for a new trial has been overruled, or, if an appeal be taken from such judgment and the judgment has been affirmed, after the sheriff shall have been notified by any party to the suit that such judgment has been affirmed on appeal and that the mandate of the appellate court is on file with the circuit clerk, there shall be a waiting period of six months before any advertisement of sheriff's sale shall be published.

  2.  If any such parcel of real estate be not redeemed, or if no written contract providing for redemption be made within six months after the date of the judgment of foreclosure, if no motion for rehearing be filed, and, if filed, within six months after such motion may have been overruled, or, if an appeal be taken from such judgment and the judgment be affirmed, within six months after the sheriff shall have been notified by any party to the suit that such judgment has been affirmed on appeal and that the mandate of the appellate court is on file with the circuit clerk, the sheriff shall, after giving the notice required by subsection 3 of this section, commence to advertise the real estate described in the judgment and shall fix the date of sale within thirty days after the date of the first publication of the notice of sheriff's sale as herein provided, and shall at such sale proceed to sell the real estate.

  3.  No later than twenty days prior to the sheriff's sale, the sheriff shall send notice of the sale to the owner or owners, as disclosed upon the records of the assessor of the real estate for which tax bills thereon are delinquent.  The search of the records of the assessor must be made not more than forty days prior to the sending of this notice.  The notice shall provide the date, time and place of the sale.  The notice shall also state that the property owner may avoid the sale by redeeming such parcel of real estate prior to the sale as specified in section 92.750 or by entering into an agreement with the collector to pay the taxes included in the foreclosure suit under section 92.740.  The notice required by this subsection shall be mailed in an envelope with postage prepaid.  The cost of the title search, mailing and notice as required by this subsection shall be included as costs at the sale of the real estate.

  4.  Notwithstanding the provisions of this section to the contrary, any residential property which has not been redeemed by the end of the waiting period required by this section which has been determined to be of substandard quality or condition under the standards established by the residential renovation loan commission pursuant to sections 67.970 to 67.983 may, upon the request of the residential renovation loan commission, be transferred to the residential renovation loan commission for the purpose of renovation of the property.  Any such property transferred pursuant to this subsection shall be renovated and sold by the residential renovation loan commission in the manner prescribed in sections 67.970 to 67.983.  The residential renovation loan commission shall reimburse the land reutilization authority for all expenses directly incurred in relation to such property under sections 92.700 to 92.920 prior to the transfer.

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(L. 1971 H.B. 472 § 21, A.L. 1989 H.B. 342, A.L. 1993 S.B. 376)


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