Unseated lands for taxes mode of selling




Yüklə 7.11 Kb.
tarix17.04.2016
ölçüsü7.11 Kb.
UNSEATED LANDS FOR TAXES MODE OF SELLING

Act of Mar. 26, 1824, P.L. 167, No. 99

Cl. 72

A FURTHER SUPPLEMENT

 

To the act, entitled "Act act directed the mode of selling unseated lands for taxes, and for other purposes."



Section 1.  Proceedings on sales by commissioners

The commissioners of the several counties be and they are hereby authorized, to sell, at public sale, all or any part or parts of the unseated lands which have been purchased for the use of the county, or which hereafter may be purchased from the treasurers of said counties, in pursuance of an act passed on the thirteenth day of March, 1815, entitled "an act to amend an act directing the mode of selling unseated lands for taxes, and for other purposes," when the lands so purchased have remained unredeemed for five years and upwards, for the best price that can be obtained for the same.  1824, March 29, P.L. 167, Sec. 1.

 

Compiler's Note:  Section 801 of Act 542 of 1947 provided that section one is repealed in so far as it applies to taxing districts coming within the provisions of and operating under Act 542.

Section 2.  Execution and acknowledgment of deed

After such sale as aforesaid, the said commissioners shall have full power to make and execute a deed or deeds of conveyance to the purchaser or purchasers, in fee simple, and such deeds, after being acknowledged before a justice of the peace of the proper county, are hereby declared to be good and valid, to all intents and purposes, for such title as said commissioners had a right to convey.  1824, March 29, P.L. 167,

AND WHEREAS, it has been judicially decided, that under the third section of the act of the third of April, one thousand eight hundred and four, to which this act is a further supplement, that the limitation of five years mentioned in the said section, means that there must be five years actual adverse possession:

 

FOR REMEDY WHEREOF,



 

Compiler's Note: Section 28 of Act 207 of 2004 provided that any and all references in any other law to a "district justice" or "justice of the peace" shall be deemed to be references to a magisterial district judge.

Compiler's Note: Section 801 of Act 542 of 1947 provided that section two is repealed in so far as it applies to taxing districts coming within the provisions of and operating under Act 542.

Section 3.  And be it further enacted by the authority aforesaid, That where lands have been sold for taxes, under the provisions of the act of the third of April, one thousand eight hundred and four, any person or persons now having right of entry, because no actual possession has been taken of the land so sold, and the heir or heirs of such person or persons, may within two years from this time, commence his action or suit, as he, she or they, or his, her or their ancestors and predecessors might have done.

Section 4.  (4 repealed Apr. 28, 1978, P.L.202, No.53)

Section 5.  Time for commencing sales

The time of commencing the sales of unseated lands for taxes, according to the directions of the first section of the act, entitled "an act to amend an act directing the mode of selling unseated lands for taxes, and for other purposes," passed the thirteenth day of March, 1815, shall be on the second Monday in June, of every year, in which the sales of such lands are by the said act directed to be commenced, and that so much of any law as is hereby altered or supplied, be and the same hereby is repealed. 1824, March 29, P.L. 167, Sec. 5.

 

Compiler's Note:  Section 801 of Act 542 of 1947 provided that section five is repealed in so far as it applies to taxing districts coming within the provisions of and operating under Act 542.



Section 6. And be it further enacted by the authority aforesaid, That the commissioners of Crawford county, are hereby authorised to erect their court house and public offices, for the county of Crawford, on the following in-lots, in the town of Meadville, numbered on plan of said town, numbers one hundred eleven, one hundred twelve, and one hundred thirteen; and that the act, entitled "An act appointing the place whereupon to erect the court house and public offices for the county of Crawford," passed the fifth day of March, one thousand eight hundred and four, be and the same is hereby repealed.


Verilənlər bazası müəlliflik hüququ ilə müdafiə olunur ©azrefs.org 2016
rəhbərliyinə müraciət

    Ana səhifə