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Chapter 105

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  105.230.  Officer liable to party injured, when. — If any civil or military officer of this state shall, by any official act, cause any person or persons, subject to his order or control, to render services or to expend time or money in the performance of any service not authorized by the laws of the land, the officer directing, ordering or compelling the performance of such unauthorized service shall be liable to the person or persons performing such service for the amount of all expenses they may incur or time lost in the performance of the same, and shall also be liable to any person, body politic or corporate, for any injury which may be sustained in consequence of such unlawful or unauthorized procedure; and the same shall be recoverable before any magistrate or other court having competent jurisdiction.  Nothing contained in sections 105.010 or 105.210 to 105.240 shall extend to judicial officers when acting judicially.


(RSMo 1939 § 12823)

Prior revisions: 1929 § 11199; 1919 § 9172; 1909 § 10201

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