280.36 REIMBURSEMENT TO TAX SALE PURCHASER WHERE NOTICE OF SALE
INVALID; LIMITATION; REASSESSMENT.
When any sale of land held pursuant to section
shall have been conducted by the
county auditor, without two weeks' published notice of such sale having been first given as
required therein, the purchaser of any parcel of land at such sale or the purchaser or holder, or the
assigns or representatives of such purchaser or holder, of a state assignment certificate of such
sale to such parcel acquired pursuant to section
, shall be entitled to refundment of the
amount paid for such parcel, without interest, upon production and surrender to the auditor of
the county in which such parcel of land is situated, of the certificate of sale, and evidence of the
assignment thereof, if any, by issuance and payment of the warrant of the county auditor or the
county treasurer therefor; provided that the right to refundment shall be exercised within six years
from the date of such tax sale, and the amounts paid shall be charged to the proper funds, and
extended against the respective parcels of land with the current taxes, and collected therewith.
History: (2148-1) Ex1937 c 61