In order to enable the taxpayer to receive the full benefits of this act, 1 no real property shall be sold for non-payment of taxes before November first, one
thousand nine hundred and thirty-six, and any tax sale shall be adjourned or readjourned
as often as may be necessary for this purpose. If any tax sale is adjourned or readjourned after advertisement, no additional advertisement
or notice shall be necessary for the adjourned or readjourned sale. No such adjournment or readjournment, failure to advertise or hold any such tax
sale shall invalidate the lien of any tax due and unpaid, but the lien of all such
taxes shall be fully preserved during the entire installment period, herein provided
for, if the taxpayer avails himself of the privileges or benefits of this act: Provided,
however, That in every case where a taxpayer avails himself of the privileges or benefits
of this act, the period, during which payment of the said delinquent taxes is postponed
or continued under this act, shall not be included in computing and determining whether
or not any right of the tax assessing and levying authority has been barred or lost
by reason of the provisions of any statute or statutes now existing, or hereafter
enacted, limiting the right of the said tax levying and assessing authorities to file,
preserve or maintain the lien of the said taxes.
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