2005 California Streets and Highways Code Sections 6420-6427 CHAPTER 2. ISSUANCE OF BONDSSTREETS AND HIGHWAYS CODE
6420. After the full expiration of 30 days from the date of the recordation of the warrant, and after the filing of the written statement of all payments received by the contractor or his assignees upon the assessment, the street superintendent shall make and certify to the treasurer a complete list of all assessments unpaid, which amount to one hundred fifty dollars ($150) or over, upon any assessment or diagram number. 6421. If any person, or his authorized agent, shall at any time before the thirty-first day after the recordation of the warrant present to the treasurer the following: (a) His affidavit stating that he is the owner of a lot or parcel of land in the list, (b) The certificate of a searcher of records that he is such owner of record, and (c) A notice to the treasurer stating that he desires no bond to be issued for the assessments upon his lot or parcel of land, then no such bond shall be issued therefor, and the payee of the warrant, or his assigns, shall retain his right to enforce collection as if the lot or parcel of land had not been so listed by the street superintendent. 6422. The treasurer shall upon the filing of the list, make out, sign, and issue to the contractor, or other person entitled to the proceeds of the warrant and assessment, a separate bond, representing upon each lot or parcel of land, including each condominium interest as defined in Section 783 of the Civil Code, upon the list the total amount of the assessment against the same, as thereon shown. 6423. If a lot or parcel of land is described upon the assessment and diagram by its number or block, or both, and is also designated by its number or block, or both, upon the official map of the city, or upon any map on file in the office of the county recorder of the county in which the lot or parcel of land is situated, it shall be a sufficient description of the lot or parcel of land in the bond to designate it by the number or block, or both, as it appears on the official or recorded map. 6424. The bonds and interest thereon shall be paid at the office of the treasurer, who shall keep a fund designated by the name of the bonds, into which he shall place all sums paid him for the principal of the bonds and the interest thereon, together with all penalties thereon, and from which he shall disburse such sums, upon the presentation of proper coupons. Under no circumstances shall the bonds or the interest thereon be paid out of any other fund. 6425. The treasurer shall keep a register in his office, showing the series, number, date, amount, rate of interest, payee and indorsees of each bond, and the number and amount of each coupon or principal or interest paid by him and shall cancel and file each coupon so paid. 6426. If any officer whose signature or countersignature appears on any bond or coupon ceases to be such officer before delivery of the bonds to the purchaser thereof, the signature or countersignature appearing either on the bonds or on the coupons, or both, shall nevertheless be valid and sufficient for all purposes, the same as if such officer had remained in office until the delivery of such bonds. 6427. Bonds issued pursuant to this part shall by their issuance be conclusive evidence of the regularity of all proceedings under this division leading up to such issuance.
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