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Section 6131.55 | Rights and remedies of owner who has not received notice.

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Any owner of land affected by an improvement who has not received notice thereof and has not had an opportunity to be heard as provided in sections 6131.01 to 6131.64, 6133.01 to 6133.11, or 6135.01 to 6135.27 of the Revised Code may bring an action in the court of common pleas of the county wherein his land is located, against the board of county commissioners in its official capacity, to recover any tax or assessment therefor, if paid, to enjoin any tax, assessment, or levy therefor upon his lands, to recover for any damages sustained, or for compensation for any property taken. The owner's rights and remedies in the action shall be the same as for any like demand. In the action the board may plead and prove the value of any actual benefit to the land by reason of the improvement in litigation. The rights granted by this section shall be in addition to all other rights provided by law.

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