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In the absence of negligence, or wantonness, or willful misconduct, this state or a local governmental agency, or a law enforcement officer, prosecuting attorney, clerk of court, or any state or local governmental official acting in an official capacity, is immune from civil and criminal liability for an act or omission arising out of the registration or enforcement of a foreign protection order or the detention or arrest of an alleged violator of a foreign protection order if the act or omission was done in an effort to comply with this chapter.
Except as hereinafter provided, the owner, his heirs, holder of any prior outstanding tax lien certificate, mortgagee, or occupant of land sold for municipal taxes, assessment for benefits pursuant to R.S.54:5-7 or other municipal charges, may redeem it at any time until the right to redeem has been cut off in the manner in this chapter set forth, by paying to the collector, or to the collector of delinquent taxes on lands of the municipality where the land is situate, for the use of the purchaser, his heirs or assigns, the amount required for redemption as hereinafter set forth.
The tax collector shall provide to any party entitled to redeem a certificate pursuant to this section two calculations of the amount required for redemption within a calendar year at no cost. The governing body of a municipality may, by ordinance, require a fee not to exceed $50 for each subsequent calculation requested of the tax collector. A request for a redemption calculation shall be made in writing to the tax collector.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Alabama Code Title 30. Marital and Domestic Relations § 30-5B-6 - last updated January 01, 2019 | https://codes.findlaw.com/al/title-30-marital-and-domestic-relations/al-code-sect-30-5b-6.html
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