5-9-33Issuance to bankrupt of patent to land set aside as homestead.

When, in the adjudication of an estate in bankruptcy proceedings, a portion of a legal subdivision has been decreed and set apart to the bankrupt as exempt under the homestead laws of the state, and a plat showing the exact boundaries of the tract so set apart has been filed in the office of the register of deeds of the county in which the lands are situated and a copy thereof has also been filed in the Office of the Commissioner of School and Public Lands, a patent may be issued for such tract to the bankrupt to whom such tract has been set apart.

Source: SL 1911, ch 224, § 44; SL 1915, ch 273; RC 1919, § 5668; SDC 1939, § 15.0312.