Laws of the state of New-York, passed at the sixty-second session of the Legislature, begun and held at the city of Albany, the first day of January, 1839

 
9781130947274: Laws of the state of New-York, passed at the sixty-second session of the Legislature, begun and held at the city of Albany, the first day of January, 1839

This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1839 Excerpt: ...or persons, not exceeding three, to be appointed by the said common council, under his or their oath or oaths, among all the houses and lots intended to be benefitted by such improvement, in proportion to the advantage which each shall be deemed to acquire, specifying in said apportionment the name or names of the owner or owners, occupant or occupants, of the houses and lots intended to be benefitted, as far as the nature of the case will admit; and this apportionment shall be returned to the said common council, and when thus returned to them they shall cause public notice of such apportionment to tie given, in one of the newspapers printed in said city, for thirty days; and if no cause be shown against the confirmation of said apportionment, within the time last aforesaid, the same shall, when approved by the said common council, be filed in the office of the treasurer of said cfty and shall be binding and conclusive upon the owner «r owners, occupant or occupants of the houses or lots mentioned in said apportionment; and said apportionment shall be and remain a lien upon the house or houses, tot or lots mentioned therein, from the time of such confirmation by the said common council until the same shall be paid or satisfied. And in case any account for work, labor and service, and materials found, as specified in the apportionment aforesaid, for any improvement in said city of Schenectady, as authorized in the preceding part of this section, shall not be paid by the owner or owners, occupant or occupants, of the property intended to be benefitted by such improvement, it shall be lawful for the said common council, in the name of the treasurer of said city, to sue for and recover the amount of such account with interest and costs from the owner or o...

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