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Alabama Code Title 40. Revenue and Taxation § 40-10-13

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Within 10 days after such sale the tax collector shall make report of each sale to the probate court and praying confirmation thereof. Such report shall lie over for a period of five days for exceptions or objections thereto. If upon the expiration of five days no objections have been filed, or if in the opinion of the court they are insufficient, and it appearing to the court that the tax collector sold such real estate in accordance with the law, and the decree of court ordering such sale, the court shall make and enter an order confirming said sale, which shall be entered on the same book or docket as the original decree of sale, and ordering the tax collector to issue proper certificates of purchase to the various purchasers, including the state.

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