VALIDATING CONVEYANCES BY THIRD CLASS CITIES
                 Act of Jun. 28, 1947, P.L. 1074, No. 464             Cl. 68
                                  AN ACT

     Validating the confirming titles to real estate conveyed by
        cities of the third class, unless proceedings to attack such
        sales are instituted within six years after the effective
        date of this act, or within six years after the date of the
        sale, whichever date is earlier.

        The General Assembly of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania
     hereby enacts as follows:

        Section 1.  The title to real estate heretofore sold by any
     city of the third class of this Commonwealth, if the sale was
     authorized by an ordinance or resolution of the city council of
     said city and shall not be attacked in any proceedings
     instituted within six years after the effective date of this
     act, or within six years after the date of such sale, whichever
     date is the earlier, is hereby declared to be good and valid and
     free and clear of any defects, and any such person, partnership
     or corporation grantee thereunder, and his or her or its
     respective heirs, successors and assigns, shall hold and may
     convey such title and estate, and all such conveyances,
     heretofore made, are hereby ratified and confirmed. Nothing in
     this act shall be construed to apply to property which the city
     acquired other than by purchase.
        Section 2.  All acts and parts of acts inconsistent herewith
     are hereby repealed.
        Section 3.  The provisions of this act shall become effective
     immediately upon final enactment.