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Subject: OT operating on the fringe of tax law Date: 7/10/2013 11:41 AM
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Saw a piece on the local news last night, highlighting a change making it easier for cities to sieze property for unpaid tax.

So I went back to the county tax records for the first lake property I looked at a few months ago. State law says property can be siezed if no tax has been paid for two years. The owner of the lot was getting close to the two year limit. His delinquint tax having grown from $1,400 last December to $3,500 in May. According to the county site, his back taxes are now only $1,780. I knew this bird wouldn't let the lot go to auction. He paid something to reset the two year clock.

Steve
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