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Chapter 88

< > Effective - 18 Jun 1985, see footnote    bottom

  88.816.  Tax bills payable in annual installments, how — interest — effect of default on installment. — The total cost of constructing and repairing sidewalks and sidewalk curbing, and for sewers, and for grading, paving, excavating, macadamizing, curbing and guttering of any street, avenue, alley, square, or other highway, or part thereof, and repairing the same, or for any other improvement whatsoever authorized by sections 88.497 to 88.663, and sections 88.667 to 88.773, and sections 80.090 to 80.560, and sections 88.777 to 88.797, and sections 88.811 to 88.861, wherein a special tax bill shall issue therefor, may be paid in ten annual installments.  In such case the tax bills shall be payable in annual installments as follows:  One-tenth in one year, one-tenth in two years, one-tenth in three years, one-tenth in four years, one-tenth in five years, one-tenth in six years, one-tenth in seven years, one-tenth in eight years, one-tenth in nine years and one-tenth in ten years after the date of their issue, and tax bills may bear interest not to exceed the rate on ten-year United States treasury notes as established at the most recent auction, payable annually, from sixty days after the date of issue until paid, and shall provide that if any annual installment, or the interest thereon, is not paid when due, then all of the remaining installments shall, at the option of the holder of the tax bill, become immediately due and payable; provided, that the owner of property charged with the payment of the tax bill, or the owner of any interest therein, shall have the privilege of paying the whole of any tax bill in full at any time, or on any annual installment payment date of paying in full one or more of the remaining installments not of maturity date.


(L. 1959 S.B. 344 § 5, A.L. 1984 S.B. 613, A.L. 1985 H.B. 676)

Effective 6-18-85

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