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  140.988.  Funding sources for agency — property taxes, distribution by county collector to agency after sale of property. — 1.  A land bank agency may receive funding through grants, gifts, and loans from political subdivisions, the state, the federal government, and other public and private sources.

  2.  Except as otherwise provided in subsections 8 and 9 of section 140.985, a land bank agency may receive and retain payments for services rendered, for rents and leasehold payments received, for consideration for disposition of real and personal property, for proceeds of insurance coverage for losses incurred, for income from investments, and for any other asset and activity lawfully permitted to a land bank agency under the land bank act.

  3.  If a land bank agency sells or otherwise disposes of a parcel of real estate held by it, any land taxes assessed against such parcel for the three tax years following such sale or disposition by such land bank agency that are collected by the county collector in a calendar year and not refunded, less the fees provided under section 52.260 and subsection 4 of this section and less the amounts to be deducted under section 137.720, shall be distributed by the county collector to such land bank agency no later than March first of the following calendar year, provided that land taxes impounded under section 139.031 or otherwise paid under protest shall not be subject to distribution under this subsection.  Any amount required to be distributed to a land bank agency under this subsection shall be subject to offset for amounts previously distributed to such land bank agency that were assessed, collected, or distributed in error.

  4.  In addition to any other provisions of law related to collection fees, the county collector shall collect on behalf of the county a fee of four percent of reserve period taxes collected and such fees collected shall be deposited in the county general fund.


(L. 2019 H.B. 821)

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