2005 California Streets and Highways Code Sections 9285-9291 Article 5. Payment in InstallmentsSTREETS AND HIGHWAYS CODE
9285. Reassessments shall bear interest from the date of recording of the reassessment at the rate or rates stated in the refunding bonds. 9286. For each year the interest shall be computed and collected up to the next second day of July succeeding, no deduction being made by reason of any installment of such reassessment being due or paid prior thereto in such year. 9287. Whenever it appears to the legislative body that according to the dates when taxes are collected in the city there will be an insufficient amount on hand to pay the interest then due, according to the method of collection provided in this division, then the legislative body may direct that such interest or some portion thereof be collected in the year preceding that in which it would otherwise be collected under this division. In that event the interest or portion thereof shall be extended on the rolls for the preceding year and be due and collected therein. 9288. If the refunding bonds are payable in annual series, unpaid reassessments shall be payable in annual series corresponding in number to the number or series of bonds issued, and an even annual proportion of each reassessment shall be payable in each year preceding the date of maturity of each of the several series of bonds issued. 9289. If the refunding bonds all mature in one year, the unpaid reassessments shall be payable annually and an even annual proportion of each reassessment shall be payable each year preceding the July interest payment. 9290. The annual proportion of each reassessment coming due in any year, together with the annual interest on such reassessment, shall be payable in annual or semiannual installments, whichever is the method of collection of the general taxes of such city on real property. 9291. Reassessment installments and the annual interest thereon shall be payable and become delinquent at the same times and in the same proportionate amounts and bear the same proportionate penalties and interest after delinquency as do the general taxes on real property of the city.
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