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  33.560.  Collection — suits for — other proceedings — by whom instituted — compensation of counsel. — Whenever it shall be necessary to protect the right or title of the state to any property so received or derived as aforesaid, or to collect or reduce into possession any such bonds, notes, bills, or chose in action or other property, the attorney general shall institute and prosecute necessary proceedings in any court of competent jurisdiction, and shall employ such counsel as he may deem necessary to assist in the institution and prosecution of such proceedings, who shall, for services thus rendered, be entitled to reasonable compensation out of the amounts recovered or collected in such proceedings.


(RSMo 1939 § 644)

Prior revisions: 1929 § 644; 1919 § 5334


Insolvency, priority of state's lien, 430.330, 430.340

(1965) Employee of attorney general with authority only as an investigator of tax matters who participated in taking of depositions was not empowered to waive state's immunity.  State v. Hall (Mo.), 389 S.W.2d 798.

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