Right of educational, religious, fraternal or charitable organizations and public corporations to bond the assessment
Any educational, religious, fraternal or charitable organization or public corporation owning property assessed for its proportionate share of the cost of constructing a local improvement shall have the same right to bond the final assessment therefor and having bonded the final assessment shall be subject to the same duties and liabilities as a natural person bonding an assessment. However, the limitations on the amount of an assessment that may be bonded do not apply to an educational, religious, fraternal or charitable organization or public corporation. The organization or public corporation shall be permitted to bond to the full extent of the assessment. [1957 c.95 §2; 1991 c.902 §10]
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