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Chapter 431

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  431.100.  Claims against county for work and labor. — If a claim against a county be for work and labor done, or material furnished in good faith by the claimant, under contract with the county authorities, or with any agent of the county lawfully authorized, the claimant, if he shall have fulfilled his contract, shall be entitled to recover the just value of such work, labor and material, though such authorities or agent may not, in making such contract, have pursued the form of proceedings prescribed by law.


(RSMo 1939 § 13768)

Prior revisions: 1929 § 12109; 1919 § 9507; 1909 § 3728

(1957) Writ of mandamus to compel presiding judge to sign warrant for work allegedly performed by contractor under oral agreement made with the other two judges without the knowledge of the presiding judge and at a time court was not in session, refused. State ex rel. Walton v. Miller (A.), 297 S.W.2d 611.

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