Nebraska Revised Statute 14-538
Special assessments; relevy; when authorized.
Whenever any special tax or assessment upon any lot or lots, lands or parcels of land is found to be invalid, uncollectible and void, or shall be adjudged to be void by a court of competent jurisdiction, or paid under protest and recovered by suit, because of any defect, irregularity or invalidity, in any of the proceedings or on account of the failure to observe and comply with any of the conditions, prerequisites, and requirements of any statute or ordinance, the mayor and council shall have the power to relevy the same upon the said lot or lots, lands or parcels of lands in the same manner as other special taxes and assessments are levied, without regard to whether the formalities, prerequisites, and conditions, prior to equalization, have been had or not.
- Laws 1921, c. 116, art. IV, § 26, p. 483;
- C.S.1922, § 3652;
- C.S.1929, § 14-529;
- R.S.1943, § 14-538.
Reassessment of benefits is provided for when original assessment is invalid. Shanahan v. Johnson, 170 Neb. 399, 102 N.W.2d 858 (1960).
Omaha charter of 1897 contained sufficient authority for relevy of special assessment which was attempted to be levied but failed because of irregularities. Mercer Co. v. City of Omaha, 76 Neb. 289, 107 N.W. 565 (1906).
Whether property is benefited by park or boulevard is a question of fact. Hart v. City of Omaha, 74 Neb. 836, 105 N.W. 546 (1905).