If any person, or his authorized agent, shall at any time before the thirty-first
day after the recordation of the warrant present to the treasurer the following:
(a) His affidavit stating that he is the owner of a lot or parcel of land in the list,
(b) The certificate of a searcher of records that he is such owner of record, and
(c) A notice to the treasurer stating that he desires no bond to be issued for the
assessments upon his lot or parcel of land, then no such bond shall be issued therefor,
and the payee of the warrant, or his assigns, shall retain his right to enforce collection
as if the lot or parcel of land had not been so listed by the street superintendent.
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