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     10-23-9.   New sale on bidder's failure to pay--Civil action against bidder. If any person bidding fails to pay the amount due, the treasurer may again offer the tax certificate for sale if the sale has not been closed. If the sale has been closed, the treasurer may again advertise the tax certificate by one notice posted for two weeks on the door of the courthouse. After the additional two week posting, the tax certificate may be sold at public sale or the treasurer may recover the amount by civil action brought in the name of the county in which the sale was held.

Source: SL 1897, ch 28, § 118; RPolC 1903, § 2197; RC 1919, § 6788; SDC 1939, § 57.1104; SL 2018, ch 63, § 86.


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