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75.03

75.03 Redeeming lands of minors or individuals adjudicated incompetent.

75.03(1)

(1)

75.03(1)(a)

(a) The lands of minors or any interest they may have acquired in lands prior to or after the date the lands became subject to a tax certificate may be redeemed at any time before such minors come of age and during one year thereafter if such lands did not accrue delinquent taxes for 5 or more consecutive years prior to or after such acquisition, but no such redemption shall be construed as redeeming the interest of any other person in such lands. The lands of persons adjudged mentally incompetent or any interest they may have acquired in lands prior to the date the lands became subject to a tax certificate and which did not accrue delinquent taxes for 5 or more consecutive years prior to or after such acquisition, may be redeemed at any time during disability and during one year thereafter. Redemption shall be made under s. 75.01.

75.03(1)(b)

(b) The heirs of any such minor who dies after the minor's title to the lands shall accrue and before the expiration of the time when, if the minor had lived, the minor might have redeemed the lands, may also, if minors, redeem the interest of the minor in the lands within the time in which the minor could, if living, have redeemed the same; and if not minors they may redeem within one year from the time their title so accrues and within the time in which the minor could, if living, have redeemed the same.

75.03(2)

(2) The period of redemption of lands or any interest in the lands of minors or persons adjudged mentally incompetent, which they acquired prior or subsequent to the date the lands became subject to a tax certificate and which lands accrued delinquent taxes for 5 or more consecutive years, prior to or after such acquisition, shall not be extended under sub. (1).

75.03(3)

(3) If a tax certificate includes lands or any interest in lands which are held by a minor or a person adjudged mentally incompetent, and those lands have accrued delinquent taxes for 5 or more years, and the time for issuance of a deed upon the certificate has not expired, the county may either foreclose by action under s. 75.19 or take title under s. 75.14 or 75.521 and foreclose any right of redemption or interest of any minor or person adjudged mentally incompetent by separate action under s. 75.19. In such action the minor or person adjudged mentally incompetent must appear by guardian ad litem as provided by law, and the guardian, if the person has one, shall be joined as a party defendant.

75.03 - ANNOT.

History: 1977 c. 83; 1987 a. 378; 2005 a. 387.

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Wisconsin > 75 > 75.03

75.03

75.03 Redeeming lands of minors or individuals adjudicated incompetent.

75.03(1)

(1)

75.03(1)(a)

(a) The lands of minors or any interest they may have acquired in lands prior to or after the date the lands became subject to a tax certificate may be redeemed at any time before such minors come of age and during one year thereafter if such lands did not accrue delinquent taxes for 5 or more consecutive years prior to or after such acquisition, but no such redemption shall be construed as redeeming the interest of any other person in such lands. The lands of persons adjudged mentally incompetent or any interest they may have acquired in lands prior to the date the lands became subject to a tax certificate and which did not accrue delinquent taxes for 5 or more consecutive years prior to or after such acquisition, may be redeemed at any time during disability and during one year thereafter. Redemption shall be made under s. 75.01.

75.03(1)(b)

(b) The heirs of any such minor who dies after the minor's title to the lands shall accrue and before the expiration of the time when, if the minor had lived, the minor might have redeemed the lands, may also, if minors, redeem the interest of the minor in the lands within the time in which the minor could, if living, have redeemed the same; and if not minors they may redeem within one year from the time their title so accrues and within the time in which the minor could, if living, have redeemed the same.

75.03(2)

(2) The period of redemption of lands or any interest in the lands of minors or persons adjudged mentally incompetent, which they acquired prior or subsequent to the date the lands became subject to a tax certificate and which lands accrued delinquent taxes for 5 or more consecutive years, prior to or after such acquisition, shall not be extended under sub. (1).

75.03(3)

(3) If a tax certificate includes lands or any interest in lands which are held by a minor or a person adjudged mentally incompetent, and those lands have accrued delinquent taxes for 5 or more years, and the time for issuance of a deed upon the certificate has not expired, the county may either foreclose by action under s. 75.19 or take title under s. 75.14 or 75.521 and foreclose any right of redemption or interest of any minor or person adjudged mentally incompetent by separate action under s. 75.19. In such action the minor or person adjudged mentally incompetent must appear by guardian ad litem as provided by law, and the guardian, if the person has one, shall be joined as a party defendant.

75.03 - ANNOT.

History: 1977 c. 83; 1987 a. 378; 2005 a. 387.

State Codes and Statutes

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Wisconsin > 75 > 75.03

75.03

75.03 Redeeming lands of minors or individuals adjudicated incompetent.

75.03(1)

(1)

75.03(1)(a)

(a) The lands of minors or any interest they may have acquired in lands prior to or after the date the lands became subject to a tax certificate may be redeemed at any time before such minors come of age and during one year thereafter if such lands did not accrue delinquent taxes for 5 or more consecutive years prior to or after such acquisition, but no such redemption shall be construed as redeeming the interest of any other person in such lands. The lands of persons adjudged mentally incompetent or any interest they may have acquired in lands prior to the date the lands became subject to a tax certificate and which did not accrue delinquent taxes for 5 or more consecutive years prior to or after such acquisition, may be redeemed at any time during disability and during one year thereafter. Redemption shall be made under s. 75.01.

75.03(1)(b)

(b) The heirs of any such minor who dies after the minor's title to the lands shall accrue and before the expiration of the time when, if the minor had lived, the minor might have redeemed the lands, may also, if minors, redeem the interest of the minor in the lands within the time in which the minor could, if living, have redeemed the same; and if not minors they may redeem within one year from the time their title so accrues and within the time in which the minor could, if living, have redeemed the same.

75.03(2)

(2) The period of redemption of lands or any interest in the lands of minors or persons adjudged mentally incompetent, which they acquired prior or subsequent to the date the lands became subject to a tax certificate and which lands accrued delinquent taxes for 5 or more consecutive years, prior to or after such acquisition, shall not be extended under sub. (1).

75.03(3)

(3) If a tax certificate includes lands or any interest in lands which are held by a minor or a person adjudged mentally incompetent, and those lands have accrued delinquent taxes for 5 or more years, and the time for issuance of a deed upon the certificate has not expired, the county may either foreclose by action under s. 75.19 or take title under s. 75.14 or 75.521 and foreclose any right of redemption or interest of any minor or person adjudged mentally incompetent by separate action under s. 75.19. In such action the minor or person adjudged mentally incompetent must appear by guardian ad litem as provided by law, and the guardian, if the person has one, shall be joined as a party defendant.

75.03 - ANNOT.

History: 1977 c. 83; 1987 a. 378; 2005 a. 387.

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