§ 136.58  NONPAYMENT CONSTITUTES LIEN ON PROPERTY.
   Where the full amount due the town is not paid by such owner within 30 days after the disposal of such litter, as provided for in §§ 136.55 and 136.56 above, then, and in that case, the Chief of Police shall cause to be recorded in the Clerk of Court's Office for the county a sworn statement showing the cost and expense incurred for the work, the date the work was done, and the location of the property on which the work was done. The recordation of such sworn statement shall constitute a lien and privilege on the property, and shall remain in full force and effect for the amount due in principal and interest, plus costs of court, if any, for collection, until final payment has been made. The costs and expenses shall be collected in the manner fixed by law for the collection of taxes and further, shall be subjected to a delinquent penalty of 5% in the event same is not paid in full on or before the date of the tax bill upon which the charges appears become delinquent. Sworn statements recorded in accordance with the provisions hereof shall be prima facie evidence that all legal formalities have been complied with and that the work was done properly and satisfactorily, and shall be full notice to every person concerned that the amount of the statement, plus interest, constitutes a charge against the property designated or described in the statement and that the same is due and collectible by law.
('81 Code, § 94A.21(D)) (Ord. passed 7-12-88)