Montana Code Annotated 1995

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     7-12-2184. Lien arising due to loan from revolving fund. (1) Whenever any loan is made to any rural special improvement district fund from the revolving fund, the revolving fund shall have a lien therefor on the land within the district which is delinquent in the payment of its assessments and on all unpaid assessments and installments of assessments on such district (whether delinquent or not) and on all money thereafter coming into such district fund, to the amount of such loan, together with interest thereon from the time it was made at the rate or percentage borne by the bond or warrant for payment of which, or of interest thereon, such loan was made.
     (2) If, after all the bonds and warrants issued on any rural special improvement district have been fully paid and all moneys remaining in such district fund have been transferred to the revolving fund, there still remains a debt from the district to the revolving fund, the board of county commissioners may foreclose the lien upon property within the district owing unpaid assessments to the district for the purpose of paying off said loan to the revolving fund.

     History: En. Sec. 4, Ch. 188, L. 1957; R.C.M. 1947, 16-1636(part).

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