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  88.927.  Limiting lien on special tax bills (cities, 300,000 or over). — The lien of every such tax bill shall cease, end and determine in two years after said tax bill, or the last installment thereof, if the same be payable in installments, shall have become due and payable, unless suit shall have been brought on such tax bill, and notice of such suit, as required in section 88.923, shall have been given and filed within that time.  If within said time no such suit was brought, or if within said time no such notice of suit shall have been filed, the tax bill shall be presumed to have been paid, and the comptroller, or other proper officer, shall make an appropriate entry on the record of the tax bill in his office that the lien thereof has expired by lapse of time.


(RSMo 1939 § 7736)

Prior revisions: 1929 § 7588; 1919 § 8998; 1909 § 9849

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