Every deed given pursuant to the provisions of this article shall be presumptive evidence
that the proceeding and all proceedings therein and all proceedings prior thereto
from and including the assessment of the real property affected and all notices required
by law were regular and in accordance with all provisions of law relating thereto. After two years from the date of the recording of such deed, the presumption shall
be conclusive. No proceeding to set aside such deed may be maintained unless the proceeding is
commenced and a notice of pendency of the proceeding is filed in the office of the
proper county clerk prior to the time that the presumption becomes conclusive.
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