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Title X TAXATION AND REVENUE

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  140.380.  Redemption by drainage, levee or improvement district — procedure. — 1.  Any drainage, levee or any other special improvement district having a lien on any land or lot, upon which there has been issued a certificate of purchase, may, if authorized by the law creating such drainage, levee or other special improvement district, at any time within the period of redemption applicable to any certificate of purchase, deposit with the collector the amount necessary to redeem such lands.

  2.  Upon any such deposit the collector shall give immediate notice thereof to the holder of the certificate of purchase.  But no drainage, levee or any other special improvement district shall foreclose its lien against any property sold under this law until it has redeemed as provided herein.  The holder of such certificate of purchase shall then surrender said certificate of purchase to the collector, who shall pay to the holder of the certificate the money so deposited by such drainage, levee or other special improvement district.

  3.  In cases to which this section is applicable said certificate of purchase shall not be cancelled but shall be considered as legally assigned to the drainage, levee or other special improvement district making the deposit as herein set forth and shall be delivered by the collector to such district, noting thereon compliance with this section.

  4.  Any such certificate may then be redeemed as provided for in this chapter from any such drainage, levee or other special improvement district; if not redeemed, then any such drainage, levee, or other special improvement district shall be entitled to a collector's deed, in the same manner and under the same conditions as provided for in this chapter as to other holders of a certificate of purchase.

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(RSMo 1939 § 11176)


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