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Minnesota Statutes Property Taxes (Ch. 272-289) § 279.12. Certificate before payment

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Before being entitled to the fees for publishing such notice and list, the publisher shall obtain from the county attorney and file with the county auditor a certificate that the publication was made according to law;  and any auditor paying for such publication without such certificate being filed shall be liable to the county for the amount so paid.  If there be no county attorney, or if upon application the county attorney refuses to give such certificate, the publisher may apply to the attorney general, on five days' notice to the county auditor and to the county attorney, if any, of such application;  and, on filing with the auditor the certificate of the attorney general that such publication was made according to law, the auditor shall issue a warrant for the payment of such fees.

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