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54:5-104.72.  Irregularities in proceedings;  instituting new proceedings    Where

    (a) any proceeding pursuant to the provisions of the act to which this act is a supplement, or

    (b) any other proceeding for the foreclosure of a right of redemption where  the right could then have been, but was not, foreclosed in the manner provided  by said act if said act had then been in effect,

     has been heretofore or shall be hereafter instituted and judgment obtained,  and after the entry of such judgment it is discovered that there were  irregularities, or that there may have been irregularities, in the conduct of  the proceedings, the municipality which instituted the proceedings, may conduct  a proceeding under the said act, in the same manner and with the same effect as  the first proceeding would have had if it had been regularly prosecuted to  judgment under the said act.

     L.1955, c. 278, p. 1002, s. 1.  Amended by L.1961, c. 112, p. 699, s. 1, eff.  Nov. 28, 1961.