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§ 1134. Presumption of validity. It shall not be necessary for the tax  district to plead or prove the various steps, procedures and notices for  the assessment and levy of the taxes or other lawful charges against the  parcels of real property set forth in the petition and all such taxes or  other lawful charges and the lien thereof shall be presumed to be valid.  A  respondent  alleging  any  jurisdictional defect or invalidity in the  tax, or in the proceeding for the enforcement thereof, must particularly  specify in his or her answer such jurisdictional  defect  or  invalidity  and  must  affirmatively  establish such defense. The provisions of this  article shall apply to and be valid and effective with  respect  to  all  respondents  even  though  one or more of them be infants, incompetents,  absentees or non-residents of the state.

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§ 1134. Presumption of validity. It shall not be necessary for the tax  district to plead or prove the various steps, procedures and notices for  the assessment and levy of the taxes or other lawful charges against the  parcels of real property set forth in the petition and all such taxes or  other lawful charges and the lien thereof shall be presumed to be valid.  A  respondent  alleging  any  jurisdictional defect or invalidity in the  tax, or in the proceeding for the enforcement thereof, must particularly  specify in his or her answer such jurisdictional  defect  or  invalidity  and  must  affirmatively  establish such defense. The provisions of this  article shall apply to and be valid and effective with  respect  to  all  respondents  even  though  one or more of them be infants, incompetents,  absentees or non-residents of the state.

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Statutes > New-york > Rpt > Article-11 > Title-3 > 1134

§ 1134. Presumption of validity. It shall not be necessary for the tax  district to plead or prove the various steps, procedures and notices for  the assessment and levy of the taxes or other lawful charges against the  parcels of real property set forth in the petition and all such taxes or  other lawful charges and the lien thereof shall be presumed to be valid.  A  respondent  alleging  any  jurisdictional defect or invalidity in the  tax, or in the proceeding for the enforcement thereof, must particularly  specify in his or her answer such jurisdictional  defect  or  invalidity  and  must  affirmatively  establish such defense. The provisions of this  article shall apply to and be valid and effective with  respect  to  all  respondents  even  though  one or more of them be infants, incompetents,  absentees or non-residents of the state.

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