642.11 CONDEMNATION, HOW ENFORCED.
If any lockup condemned by the commissioner of corrections shall thereafter be used while
the order of condemnation is in force, it shall be the duty of the commissioner to bring an action
in the district court in the county where the lockup is, for the purpose of enforcing the order of
condemnation, and upon the trial of the action a copy of such order, certified in the usual form
by the commissioner, shall be conclusive evidence that such lockup has been condemned by
the commissioner and shall be prima facie evidence that the lockup does not comply with the
requirements of sections
and is unfit for use as a lockup, and that its
future use should be enjoined by the court. Evidence to sustain the order of condemnation may be
received in rebuttal.
History: (10885) 1913 c 438 s 3; 1959 c 263 s 2; 1986 c 444