Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A sale of land by public authority for the non-payment of taxes assessed thereon.
“Department of Justice's antitrust division is investigating allegations of possible tax-sale bid rigging in two states.”
“Some lawmakers have tried for years, with modest success, to rein in the tax-sale fees that can steamroll low-income homeowners.”
“When the deadline passed for paying up, the city added 2005-2006 property taxes of $287.92, interest and city tax-sale processing charges.”
“Three men have pleaded guilty to criminal charges in the probe, including two longtime Baltimore tax-sale investors who made more than $10 million from fees and other costs collected over a six-year period from the owners of more than 6,000 properties.”
“Officials routinely conduct millions of dollars in tax-sale business with limited liability companies that give little clue to their owners' identities.”
“I want to see what is to be done at the tax-sale and what sort of a title is to be given.”
“White also is a person of interest in the disappearance of the tax-sale money, according to the Sheriff's Office.”
“Logan, who first reported the missing tax-sale money to Kubic in October, has said she and her staff will cooperate with the auditors.”
“Judge Anthony Marsili this month took over the tax-sale docket.”
“Ritz Carlton Residences, Belvedere, Streuver properties on city's tax-sale list”
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