Indiana Statutes Relating to Taxation Including the Listing of Property, Assessment and Collection of Taxes, Duties of Public Officers and Boards of Review, Equalization, Exemptions, Definitions and Rules, Limitations, Etc

Indiana Statutes Relating to Taxation Including the Listing of Property, Assessment and Collection of Taxes, Duties of Public Officers and Boards of Review, Equalization, Exemptions, Definitions and Rules, Limitations, Etc

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1909 edition. Excerpt: ...executed and placed on record in the proper county within four (4) years' from the date of said sale: Provided, That on failure of said purchaser, his heirs or assigns so-to do, then and in that case the amount due such purchaser shall cease to be a lien on said lands so purchased as herein provided and as is now provided by law. R. S. 1908, Sec. 10359. Sale of Part of Tract. VVhen less than the whole of any tract of land shall b 'sold, the quantity sold shall be in a square form, as near as practicable, at the most northwesterly corner of the tract, and when less than the whole of any in-lot or out-lot of any city or town shall be sold, the part sold shall extend from the main or principal street, road or alley, from the most convenient front to such lot, to the rear of such lot, and so as to bound the same by lines as nearly parallel with the outlines of such lot as practicable. R. S. 1908, Sec. 10360. Sale of More than One Tract. When more than one tract or lot belonging to the same person shall be for sale at the same time, in the same municipal corporation or township, a part of one of said tracts or lots shall be offered, first for the payment of the whole sum due from such owner on all such delinquent lands or lots, or otherwise; and if no person shall bid off a part of such tract or lot for the sum required, the said tract or lot shall then be offered to the highest bidder for cash, and if any amount shall yet remain due, or if no person bid for a part or all of one tract or lot, each of the other tracts or lots shall be offered in like manner until the required sum is realized; and if no one bids upon'a part or all of said tracts or lots separately, enough to pay the amount due, when then the whole of said tracts and...show more

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