No. 43907.

502 P.2d 1265 (1972)

CHRISTIE-STEWART, INC., a corporation, Plaintiff, v. Walter B. PASCHALL, Jr., and John N. Paschall et al., Defendants, R.W. Garrett and R.H. Vaughn, Cross-Defendants.

Supreme Court of Oklahoma.

September 26, 1972.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

William J. Legg, Andrews, Mosburg, Davis, Elam, Legg & Kornfield, Oklahoma City, for plaintiff.

Jack Highley, Highley & Highley, Oklahoma City, for defendants, the Paschalls and Ross.

Richard S. Roberts, T.H. Williams, Jr., Wewoka, for defendants, Garrett and Vaughn.

JACKSON, Justice.

The question for decision is whether the Oklahoma statutory procedure for the sale of real property for delinquent ad valorem taxes complies with constitutionally adequate notice and due process of law. A brief statement of the facts will explain how the issue arose.

Prior to 1952 the Paschalls and H. Grady Ross acquired by mineral deeds 15/16ths of the minerals in and under a 40 acre tract of land...


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