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92.211 TIME OF PAYMENT EXTENDED.
    Subdivision 1. Extension on certificates expiring before July 1, 1943. The time for
payment of the principal on every certificate of sale of state public land which has expired before
July 1, 1943, is extended to December 31, 1943, subject to payment of interest as provided by law
and to all other conditions of the certificate. Upon payment of the principal and interest and all
other sums due the state upon the land within the extended time, a patent for the land must be
issued to the holder of the certificate as provided by law.
    Subd. 2. Extension on certificates expiring after June 30, 1943. The time for payment of
the principal on every certificate of sale of state public land sold before May 1, 1941, which expires
after June 30, 1943, is extended for six months after the time specified in the certificate, subject to
payment of interest as provided by law and to all other conditions of the certificate. Upon payment
of the principal and interest and all other sums due the state upon the land within the extended
time, a patent for the land must be issued to the holder of the certificate as provided by law.
    Subd. 3. No extensions on void certificates. This section does not apply if the certificate of
sale has been absolutely terminated and made void without right of redemption under any prior or
existing law, or if the land has become absolutely forfeited to the state for delinquent taxes.
    Subd. 4. Failure to pay when due. If the full amount of principal with interest and all other
sums required to obtain a patent under a certificate of sale of state public land sold before May 1,
1941, is not paid before the expiration of the time allowed by law for payment of the principal,
the certificate is absolutely canceled and void, and all right, title, and interest of the purchaser or
heirs, representatives, or assigns of the purchaser, in the land terminate without further act of the
state. This subdivision does not preclude any other method of termination provided by law.
History: 1941 c 374 s 6; 1985 c 265 art 3 s 1; 1986 c 444