LOCAL TAX SALES - VALIDITY OF SALE - CAVEAT EMPTOR Act of Apr. 8, 1851, P.L. 356, No. 229 Cl. 53 AN ACT Authorizing the Canal Commissioners to investigate the claim of Benjamin H. Fredericks for damages sustained on the West Branch Division of the Pennsylvania Canal, for the relief of John Kinzey, authorizing Samuel Caldwell to erect a wing dam in the Susquehanna river, relative to the sale of unseated lands in Lycoming, Clinton, Sullivan, and Centre counties, incorporating the Walker, Marion, and Howard Turnpike Road Company, fixing the rate of toll to be charged by the Larry's Creek Plank Road Company. Section 4. Application of rule in certain counties In all public sales of lands hereafter to be made by the treasurers or Commissioners of the Counties of Lycoming, Clinton, Sullivan, or Centre, in pursuance of the laws of this Commonwealth, the rule of caveat emptor shall apply, and neither said treasurers nor said commissioners shall be required to refund the purchase money, costs or taxes paid upon any tract or tracts of land so sold as aforesaid. 1851, April 8, P.L. 356, Sec. 4.