CHAPTER 11A. COLLECTION AND ENFORCEMENT OF PROPERTY TAXES.

§11A-3-53. Refund to purchaser of payment made at deputy commissioner's sale where property is nonexistent.

If, within forty-five days following the approval of the sale by the Auditor, the purchaser discovers that the property purchased at the sale is nonexistent, the purchaser shall submit the abstract or certificate of an attorney-at-law that the property is nonexistent. Upon receipt of the abstract or certificate, the deputy commissioner shall cause the moneys so paid to be refunded. Upon refund of the amount bid at a deputy commissioner's sale, the deputy commissioner shall inform the assessor that the property does not exist for the purpose of having the assessor correct the error. For failure to meet this requirement, the purchaser shall lose all benefits of his purchase.

§11A-3-53. Refund to purchaser of payment made at deputy commissioner's sale where property is nonexistent.

Bills Affecting §11A-3-53

2001 Regular Session: HB2830