Section 11-99A-25

Failure to provide notice.

In any case where notice is provided for in this chapter, if the board or appointing government finds for any reason that due notice was not given, the board or appointing government shall not thereby lose jurisdiction and the proceedings shall not be voided, but if the proceeding is continuing, the board shall hold the proceedings in abeyance until due notice is given, and shall continue the proceeding as though notice had been properly given in the first instance. If the proceedings are not continuing, the board or appointing government shall provide an opportunity for the person or persons failing to receive notice to be heard, and after having heard the person, the board or appointing government may make modifications in the assessments, plans, improvements, or bond issue as it may deem appropriate.

(Act 99-446, p. 1013, §1.)