Reports of Cases at Law and in Equity; Argued and Determined in the Supreme Court of the State of Iowa Volume 41

Reports of Cases at Law and in Equity; Argued and Determined in the Supreme Court of the State of Iowa Volume 41

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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. 1876 edition. Excerpt: ...taxing power. (C. R. de ill. R. R. Couv. Carroll Co., 153 'iwf1'a-.) The treasurer's deed is conclusive evidence of compliance with the statute, both as to the tax warrant, and "due notice and publication. (Hurley v. Powell, Levy (f: 00., 31 Iowa, 66.) Four contiguous quartcr sections may properly be called a tract. (Martin '0. Cole, 38 Iowa, 141.) Joy te Wright, for appellee. The inability of the county judge to act as a member of the equalization board should appear of record, and the authority of one acting in his behalf should also appear to give his acts validity. (Burlingtm University '0. E'a: '1's of Stewart, 12 Iowa, 442; llluseatine v. Steele, 7 Id., 505.) Where joint authority is conferred upon three or more, all must participate in the action, or have an opportunity of doing so to render it valid. A-spinwall, 3 N. Y., 565.) Land must be sold as assessed. (Ware o. T /tompson, 20 Iowa, 65; Corbin '0. De Wolf', 25 Id., 124; Stewart v. Corbin, Id., 143.) Wliere the land is sold in gross the deed is void. (llarper v. Sexton, 22 Iowa, 442; Ackley 1: . Sea-ton, 24 Id., 320.) The index must contain grantor's name and description of the property, to impart notice. (Stew art '0. Haj', 19 Iowa, 55.) A purchaser at tax sale having no actual notice of an adverse claim, will be protected against it. (Burtis v. Cook cf." Sargent, 16 Iowa, 194; lsett de Brewster v. Lucas 17 Id., 503.) The recitals in a tax deed are not conclusive as to the validity of assessment and sale. (1lclVamam v. Estes, 22 Iowa, 248;1lcC"/weudy '0. Sexton, 29 Id., 356; Corbin v. Hill, 21 Id., 70.) Coma, J.--I. The lands in controversy were entered jointly by Horace Everett and Roswell G. Peirce, June l5, more

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