The special term of the supreme court, in the judicial district in which the property
affected by the proceeding is situated, at any time may amend any defect or informality
in any notice, petition, pleading, order or decree in a proceeding instituted under
this chapter or cause property affected by such defect, informality or lack of jurisdiction
to be excluded therefrom or other property affected by such defect, informality or
lack of jurisdiction to be included therein, by amendment, upon notice published twice
a week for two weeks in two public newspapers, published in such city, and may direct
such further notices to be given to any party in interest as it shall deem proper.
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