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§3171. Trustees of parish lands
When ministerial lands are vested in a parish, the assessors, clerk and treasurer, where no other trustees are appointed for that purpose, shall be a corporation and trustees of such ministerial fund with like powers and under like liabilities as the municipal officers, town clerk and treasurer; pay the annual income of such lands and of the proceeds of their sale according to the terms of the grants and reservations by which they were so vested; and at each annual meeting for choice of parish officers, exhibit an account of their proceedings and a statement of funds, receipts and expenditures.

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