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Idaho Statutes Title 43. Irrigation Districts § 43-705. Subsequent levy when first void for irregularity

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If the levy or levies of any assessment or assessments for any year or years, provided for by this chapter, on any or all the lands of the district, which remain unpaid, shall be discovered to be irregular or void because of any irregularity, informality or error in the assessment books or on account of the assessment books not having been made, completed or returned within the time required by law, or on account of any property having been listed on the assessment books without any name or with the name of any other person than that of the true owner, or in any of the various notices required by law to be published or given, or in the proceedings of any of the officers connected with the assessment, correction, levying or collection of such assessment or assessments, or in the issuance or recording of the certificates of sale therefor, another levy of such assessment or assessments may be made on such land or lands the year following the discovery of such irregularity, informality or error, in the manner provided by this chapter, and such subsequent levy or levies shall have the same force and effect as the original would have had if made in full accordance with the statutes: provided, however, that the provisions of this section shall not apply to assessments for construction or purchase of irrigation works levied otherwise than in accordance with the apportionment of benefits as confirmed by the court.

Cite this article: - Idaho Statutes Title 43. Irrigation Districts § 43-705. Subsequent levy when first void for irregularity - last updated January 01, 2023 |

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