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Any person having or claiming title to or a lien or encumbrance upon any land, whether in that person's possession or the possession of another, or vacant or unoccupied, may commence and maintain an action against any person, county, or state claiming any title to or interest in the land, or a lien upon the land, adversely to the person by or through any tax deed, to test the validity of the tax deed, or to quiet the title to the land as against the claims of the adverse claimant, or to remove the cloud from the title arising from the tax deed. An action or defense based upon the invalidity of a tax deed may not be commenced or interposed after three years from the issuance of a tax deed unless the tax deed is void by reason of jurisdictional defects. The holder of a tax deed may maintain an action to establish the validity of the tax deed or to quiet title to the land and may demand the possession of the land.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - North Dakota Century Code Title 57. Taxation § 57-45-11. Limitation of action against tax deed - last updated January 01, 2020 | https://codes.findlaw.com/nd/title-57-taxation/nd-cent-code-sect-57-45-11.html
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