tax foreclosure

tax foreclosure

See tax certificate, tax deed, and tax sale.

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The loss of a deferral status may require a large tax liability to be repaid at once and could lead to tax foreclosure, wiping out the mortgage lien status entirely.
If taxpayers are unable to pay, their property by law is eventually subject to tax foreclosure.
As such, trial courts may exercise discretion in applying the uniform standing orders and may approve tax foreclosure sales even when court-ordered appraisals are not filed in accordance with the standing orders.
Net explained, "Hall had discovered that the city had sold the house that had been owned by her family for over 30 years at the annual tax foreclosure auction because she owed just a few hundred dollars in back user fees.
The property tax foreclosure process in Michigan is also complex and lengthy.
The land sat largely dormant since the city first took the plot through tax foreclosure in 1972.
Over the course of those years the City took ownership of more than 101,000 units of abandoned housing throughout the five boroughs via the in-rem tax foreclosure process.
Acquired in a tax foreclosure in January, the former Patten General Store has been impossible to return to the tax rolls, Town Manager Terri Conklin says.