The Revised Statutes of the State of Ohio; Including All Laws of a General Nature in Force January 1, 1890; With Numerous Notes and References, and Marginal Notes Showing All Changes to January 1, 1896

The Revised Statutes of the State of Ohio; Including All Laws of a General Nature in Force January 1, 1890; With Numerous Notes and References, and Marginal Notes Showing All Changes to January 1, 1896 : The Constitutions of Volume 1

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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. 1896 edition. Excerpt: ...which the land and town lots therein stand charged, shall not have been paid before the tenth day of August of the next succeeding year, to charge the said lands and town lots with the said taxes and penalty, and also the taxes of the current year, and record, certify, and publish the same as part of the delinquent list. 56 v. I28, 51. SEC. 2869, It shall be the duty of the county auditor to send, by mail, to the auditor of state, one paper containing the list of delinquent and forfeited lands, and a copy of the account of the printer, as sworn to by him and allowed by the auditor. 56 v. 128, 54. SEC. 2870, The county treasurer, or his deputy, sha l attend at the court-house in his county, on the third Tuesday injanuary, in conformity with the notice prescribed in section lrr'enij'-mg/it /zundred and sixzj'four, and shall then and there, at and after the hour of ten in the forenoon, proceed to offer for sale, separately, each tract of land, or city or town lot, or part of lot, contained in said advertisement, on which the taxes and penalty shall not have been paid; and the person or persons offering at said sale to pay the taxes and penalty charged on such land, lot. or part of lot, for the least quantity thereof, shall be the purchaser or purchasers of such quantity; and the treasurer shall continue such sale from day to day until each tract, lot, or part of lot, contained in such advertisement, on which the taxes and penalty remain unpaid, shall have been sold or offered for sale. 59 v. 78, 23. SEC. 2871, The person or persons purchasing such tract of land or town lot, or any part thereof, shall forthwith pay to the treasurer the amount of taxes and penalty charged thereon; and on failure so to do, the treasurer shall immediately...show more

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  • United States
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  • 9781236993144