THE DEPARTMENT OF INSURANCE
41-263. Failure to pay expense of repair or demolition — Assessment. If, within thirty (30) days thereafter, such person shall fail, neglect or refuse to repay the expenses for demolishing or repair of said building incurred under the provisions of this act, to the state fire marshal’s office if the demolition or repair action was brought by the state fire marshal, or to a fire district if a fire district brought the demolition or repair action, the enforcing officer, state fire marshal or his assistants shall certify such expenses to the clerk of the city, fire district or county in which the property is situated, and the city, fire protection district or county shall certify to the county treasurer the amount of the assessment, which assessment shall be by said county treasurer, placed upon the tax roll and collected as other taxes, and when collected shall be refunded to the state fire marshal for deposit in the arson, fire and fraud prevention account if the demolition or repair action was brought by the state fire marshal, or to a fire district if a fire district brought the demolition or repair action.
[(41-263) 39-3513 added 1970, ch. 190, sec. 13, p. 547; am. 1974, ch. 39, sec. 48, p. 1023; am. and redesig. 1982, ch. 120, sec. 11, p. 342; am. 2008, ch. 402, sec. 8, p. 1109.]