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Absolutely, and for taxes before the foreclosure. It sounds like foreclosure has been started. The clock is ticking.

Now you all have me totally confused. Yes, the house is in foreclosure and will go up for Auction in November. Her 2010 taxes were filed January 2011. She is supposed to file an addendum to those taxes now? How can she do that until she knows what price the house brought?

Since July 2010, she has been living in the house, paying no mortgage or property taxes. She lives in Ohio. I think the house went into foreclosure in December 2010.

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