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72-1517. Forfeiture; limitation of action; notice of default. Laws 1907, chapter 373, sections 1 to 5, inclusive, included by reference.

History: R.S. 1923, 72-2111.

Source or Prior Law:

72-2111.

CASE ANNOTATIONS

1. Act applicable only in case of attempted forfeiture and resale. Jones v. Hickey, 80 Kan. 109, 112, 102 P. 247.

2. Act not objectionable in that it disturbs vested rights. Jones v. Hickey, 80 Kan. 109, 112, 102 P. 247; Reitler v. Harris, 80 Kan. 148, 153, 102 P. 249; Jones v. Wise, 80 Kan. 799, 102 P. 1102.

3. Parol evidence, although admissible hereunder, is not conclusive. Petersilie v. McLachlin, 80 Kan. 176, 180, 101 P. 1014.

4. Proof received concerning entry on record, held properly received. Broadie v. Carson, 81 Kan. 467, 468, 106 P. 294.

5. Entries on record held prima facie evidence of forfeiture. Walrond v. Noyes, 82 Kan. 118, 120, 107 P. 795.

6. Act intended to operate retroactively; not void for that reason. Walrond v. Noyes, 82 Kan. 118, 120, 107 P. 795.

7. Conduct of purchaser held to estop him from attacking forfeiture. Neuling v. Brown, 83 Kan. 625, 112 P. 110.

8. Testimony held insufficient to overcome presumption raised by statute. Neuling v. Brown, 83 Kan. 625, 112 P. 110.

9. Act applies only where land sold to "new purchaser." Doty v. Walling, 85 Kan. 455, 456, 116 P. 487.

10. Insufficient notice of forfeiture; effect of entry on record. Fear v. Barwise, 93 Kan. 131, 134, 143 P. 505.

11. Act minimizes strictness of former acts. Fear v. Barwise, 93 Kan. 131, 134, 143 P. 505.

12. Law changes rule of evidence; section held constitutional. Jones v. Hickey, 80 Kan. 109, 114, 102 P. 247.

13. Parol evidence concerning return held to establish prima facie case. Jones v. Hickey, 80 Kan. 109, 114, 102 P. 247.

14. Parol evidence concerning return, although admissible, is not conclusive. Petersilie v. McLachlin, 80 Kan. 176, 180, 101 P. 1014.

15. Foregoing cases followed and question decided in accordance therewith. Jones v. Wise, 80 Kan. 799, 102 P. 1102.

16. Proof received concerning return of sheriff; held properly received. Broadie v. Carson, 81 Kan. 467, 468, 106 P. 294.

17. Oral evidence by sheriff concerning service of notice; properly admitted. Walrond v. Noyes, 82 Kan. 118, 120, 107 P. 705.

18. Description of land in return of notice of forfeiture. Walrond v. Noyes, 82 Kan. 118, 120, 107 P. 795.

19. Service of notice considered in dissenting opinion. Roll v. Nation, 82 Kan. 675, 679, 109 P. 392.

20. Testimony held insufficient to overcome presumption raised by statute; forfeiture. Neuling v. Brown, 83 Kan. 625, 112 P. 110.

21. Provision making posting of notice conclusive evidence of service, unconstitutional. Petersilie v. McLachlin, 80 Kan. 176, 180, 101 P. 1014; Foster v. Harrington, 80 Kan. 797, 101 P. 1015.

22. Effect of act considered. Fear v. Barwise, 93 Kan. 131, 134, 143 P. 505.

23. Section not unconstitutional on ground that reasonable time not given. Davis v. Nation, 82 Kan. 410, 411, 108 P. 853.

24. Section applicable only in case of attempted forfeiture and resale. Mayse v. Belt, 83 Kan. 746, 747, 112 P. 624; Mayse v. Belt, 84 Kan. 211, 114 P. 232.


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