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  88.510.  Assessment of public property — street improvements, how paid — special tax bills. — 1.  All lands owned by any county or other political or municipal subdivisions, cemeteries and railroad rights-of-way, fronting or abutting on any of said improvements shall be liable for their proportionate part of the cost of such improvement, and tax bills shall be issued against such property as against other property, and any county, city or other political or municipal subdivision that shall own any such property shall out of the general revenue funds or other funds pay any such tax bill, and in any case where any county, city or other political or municipal subdivision, cemetery company or owners or railroad company, shall fail to pay any such tax bill, the owner or holder of same may sue such county, city or other political or municipal subdivision, cemetery company or owners or railroad company on such tax bill, and be entitled to recover a general judgment against such county, city or other political or municipal subdivision, cemetery company or owners or railroad company.

  2.  Any of said street improvements may be paid for in whole or part by such city out of general revenue funds, or other funds which the city may have for such purposes if the council so desires, but all such improvements shall be paid for with special tax bills, unless the proceedings of the city for same specify that payment will be out of the general revenue funds or other funds in whole or part.

  3.  The charges made against lands for all of said improvements shall be known as special assessments or taxes, for improvements, and shall be charged and assessed by issuing special tax bills against the lands chargeable with the cost of the improvements; each special tax bill so issued shall be a special lien on the land against which it is issued.

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(RSMo 1939 § 6987)

Prior revisions: 1929 § 6841; 1919 § 8323; 1909 § 9254, 9255


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