Well, if the property is sold in a delinquent-tax auction, there's a high likelihood that the buyer will come by (or send someone by) to take possession and start doing SOMETHING with the property.OK, so he snatched the property from the jaws of a tax lien sale. But you said there was no tax lien, so what exactly did he do? Perhaps he followed the property and paid the delinquent taxes before the delinquent taxes turned into an actual tax lien, thereby arousing the interest of tax lien investors.Still, how long did he live in the property before he was discovered? Not long, probably.
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