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Chapter 140

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  140.620.  County records, prima facie evidence — moneys paid to successor. — 1.  The books and records belonging to the office of county clerk and collector certified by said officers respectively, shall be deemed prima facie evidence to prove the issuance of any certificate, the sale of any land or lot for taxes, the redemption of the same or payment of taxes thereon.

  2.  The county collector shall, at the expiration of his term of office, pay over to his successor in office all moneys in his hands received for redemption from sale for taxes on real property.


(RSMo 1939 § 11167)

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