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§  1137.  Statute  of  limitations.   Every deed given pursuant to the  provisions of this  article  shall  be  presumptive  evidence  that  the  proceeding and all proceedings therein and all proceedings prior thereto  from  and including the assessment of the real property affected and all  notices required  by  law  were  regular  and  in  accordance  with  all  provisions of law relating thereto. After two years from the date of the  recording  of  such  deed,  the  presumption  shall  be  conclusive.  No  proceeding  to  set  aside  such  deed  may  be  maintained  unless  the  proceeding  is  commenced  and a notice of pendency of the proceeding is  filed in the office of the proper county clerk prior to  the  time  that  the presumption becomes conclusive.

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > New-york > Rpt > Article-11 > Title-3 > 1137

§  1137.  Statute  of  limitations.   Every deed given pursuant to the  provisions of this  article  shall  be  presumptive  evidence  that  the  proceeding and all proceedings therein and all proceedings prior thereto  from  and including the assessment of the real property affected and all  notices required  by  law  were  regular  and  in  accordance  with  all  provisions of law relating thereto. After two years from the date of the  recording  of  such  deed,  the  presumption  shall  be  conclusive.  No  proceeding  to  set  aside  such  deed  may  be  maintained  unless  the  proceeding  is  commenced  and a notice of pendency of the proceeding is  filed in the office of the proper county clerk prior to  the  time  that  the presumption becomes conclusive.

State Codes and Statutes

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > New-york > Rpt > Article-11 > Title-3 > 1137

§  1137.  Statute  of  limitations.   Every deed given pursuant to the  provisions of this  article  shall  be  presumptive  evidence  that  the  proceeding and all proceedings therein and all proceedings prior thereto  from  and including the assessment of the real property affected and all  notices required  by  law  were  regular  and  in  accordance  with  all  provisions of law relating thereto. After two years from the date of the  recording  of  such  deed,  the  presumption  shall  be  conclusive.  No  proceeding  to  set  aside  such  deed  may  be  maintained  unless  the  proceeding  is  commenced  and a notice of pendency of the proceeding is  filed in the office of the proper county clerk prior to  the  time  that  the presumption becomes conclusive.

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