Whenever heretofore a municipality has conducted a sale for unpaid taxes and assessments
and has omitted from the sale of any property certain taxes, assessments or other
municipal charges, or any or all of them, which, under the laws of this State, should
have been included in said sale, and the municipality while holding the tax sale certificate
covering such property sold at said sale, has, by resolution heretofore adopted by
its governing body, declared such sale of said property to be void and without effect,
then and in that event the provisions of section 54:5-45.1 of the Revised Statutes
of New Jersey of the year one thousand nine hundred and thirty-seven shall apply to
every such case, notwithstanding the fact that said sale was conducted after the twenty-ninth
day of June, one thousand nine hundred and thirty-five, and the said sale of said
property shall be void and without effect and the lien of all such taxes, assessments
and other municipal charges omitted from such sale, together with the taxes, assessments
and other municipal charges included in such sale, shall be and remain liens on said
property as if no sale had been made and shall continue as such liens until the amount
thereof, with interest, shall have been paid, as provided by law, and any and all
sales of said property for unpaid taxes, assessments or other municipal charges conducted
in accordance with said section 54:5-45.1, after the adoption of said resolution by the governing body of the municipality,
are hereby validated and confirmed.
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