Digest of Laws Relating to Free Schools in the State of Delaware; Pub. by Authority of Section 10, Chapter 369, Volume 16, Laws of Delaware

Digest of Laws Relating to Free Schools in the State of Delaware; Pub. by Authority of Section 10, Chapter 369, Volume 16, Laws of Delaware

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1881 edition. Excerpt: ...the adbe notified by clerk of district dress of each non-resident, whose rental valuation has been assessed in of time and place of appeal. any district, stating the amount of his or her rental valuation in any of said districts, and the day and hour when the school committee will sit as a Court of Appeal to hear any objections that may be made to said assessment. The following are the districts which are authorized to raise a sum of money in excess of the amount which each district is required to raise: Chap. 552, Sec. School District No. 3, in New Castle county, may raise, annually, by tax, $500 "if. 11. for the support of schools in said district. Chap. 419, Vol. School District No. 19, in New Castle county, may raise, annually, by tax, 11 $600 for the support of schools in said district. Chap. 140, Vol. The Committee of School District No. 21, in New Castle county, are authorized, directed and empowered to mortgage the two-story brick school house belonging to said district and the lot or piece of ground appurtenant thereto for a sum not exceeding ($2000) two thousand dollars, payable in yearly installments of (#4001 four hundred dollars each, on the first day of March in each year, together with lawful interest for the same. The said commissioners and their successors in office are authorized, directed and required to levy, yearly (in addition to the tax for carrying on the school directed to be levied at the stated meeting), the said sum of four hundred dollars, together with the amount necessary to pay the interest on said mortgage and the expenses of collecting said tax, and pay the same to the mortgagee, his heirs and assigns, as the same may become due and payable according to the terms of said mortgage. Chap. 142, Vol. School...show more

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