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  241.170.  County commissions may cancel contracts, upon conditions. — In every case where persons have become the purchasers of swamp and overflowed lands in the several counties in this state, on credit, either in whole or in part, and shall, by death or otherwise, become unable to pay for the same, the county commission of such county, on the application of such purchaser, or, in case of death, of his or her legal representatives, is hereby authorized to cancel the contract, in whole or in part, upon these conditions:  The said commission shall not, in any case, pay back any money or interest that has been paid upon said contract, nor rescind a contract for timbered land, when the timber or any portion of it has been removed since the sale of said land by said commission, without full indemnity being made therefor; and whenever any such sale is cancelled the county commission may resell said land as provided in section 241.160.


(RSMo 1939 § 12770)

Prior revisions: 1929 § 11146; 1919 § 7010; 1909 § 8013

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