75. A sale made in accordance with the above provisions shall convey the ownership of the immoveable adjudged. It shall vest in the purchaser all the rights of the original owner, and purge the immoveable from all privileges and hypothecs to which it may be subject, except instalments not yet due of constituted rents, of rents substituted for seigniorial rights, of special taxes, of school taxes and of assessments for the construction or repair of churches, parsonages and cemeteries.
Instalments owing of taxes payable to another municipality and of the assessments above mentioned can only be collocated after the taxes owed to the municipality in default, unless there has been lodged with the person in charge of the sale, at least six days before the sale, a certified statement of such instalments owing.
The registration of the deed of sale shall have the effect of cancelling the registration of the privileges and hypothecs affecting the immoveable and purged by the sale.
The adjudication of an immoveable to the municipality interested by reason of a privilege upon the said immoveable shall purge the latter from constituted rents, rents under an emphyteutic lease and rents substituted for seigniorial dues, from the date of the adjudication and as long as the immoveable shall remain the property of such municipality. Such rents shall again affect the immoveable, but for the future only, from the date on which the immoveable ceases to be the property of the municipality.
R. S. 1964, c. 170, s. 68.