Section 11-51-24

Redemption of property after sale - Conveyance of property, etc., to redeemer.

Upon such tender by the person offering to redeem the property and the payment thereof to the purchaser or the deposit of the sum due to the purchaser with the treasurer, the deed executed by the register or clerk of the circuit court shall be void and, upon a refusal of the purchaser or his vendee to reconvey to the party redeeming, the council or other governing body may authorize a deed to be made to the party redeeming, which shall convey all title the city or town or the purchaser derived at such tax sale, but the interest of the owner of the property and the interest of the party redeeming shall be adjusted between the parties as are other legal and equitable interests.

(Code 1907, §1329; Code 1923, §2144; Code 1940, T. 37, §690.)