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Chapter 141

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  141.180.  Employment of delinquent tangible personal property tax attorney by collector — compensation of other employees. — 1.  In all counties of the first class which are subject to and governed by sections 141.210 to 141.810, the collector may employ a delinquent tangible personal property tax attorney to represent him in legal proceedings necessary in the collection of delinquent tangible personal property taxes, and who shall perform all the duties imposed upon such attorney by the provisions of sections 141.170 to 141.200 and other laws not inconsistent herewith, pertaining to the collection of delinquent tangible personal property taxes, and who shall receive as full compensation and in lieu of all fees a salary to be fixed by the county commission, not to exceed six thousand five hundred dollars per annum, payable in twelve equal monthly installments.

  2.  In addition the collector may employ and pay, with the approval of the county commission, an assistant delinquent tangible personal property tax attorney and such clerical and other assistants as may be necessary to enable the delinquent tangible personal property tax attorney to efficiently perform his duties.

  3.  In all counties of the first class not electing to adopt the provisions of said land tax collection law, except counties of the first class not having a charter form of government, the collector may employ an attorney to represent him in his official capacity in all legal proceedings instituted by the collector for the collection of delinquent personal and real estate taxes, and such attorney shall receive, in lieu of all fees and as full compensation, a salary to be fixed by the county commission in an amount not exceeding three thousand six hundred dollars per annum, payable in equal monthly installments.

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(L. 1945 p. 1944 § 2, A.L. 1973 H.B. 654)


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