Tax Deed


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Tax Deed

A written instrument that provides proof of ownership of real property purchased from the government at a Tax Sale, conducted after the property has been taken from its owner by the government and sold for delinquent taxes.

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The Court ruled that T11 Funding could not circumvent this due process safeguard by commencing a landlord-tenant proceeding against Forest Glen based on the Tax Deed.
The association then commenced litigation against the buyers to invalidate the tax deed and preserve the residents' right to use the swimming pool.
At the final hearing at which the circuit court ordered the issuance of a tax deed, the tax buyer provided evidence that it had not only conducted a tract search for the property, but also checked city and suburban phone directories and voter registration records in an attempt to develop addresses for Lowe and any other record owners.
The selected vendor will serve as an information source for bidders on both foreclosure and tax deed sales with respect to system questions.
Under Florida law, a parcel of real property becomes eligible for a tax deed sale when ad valorem property taxes become more than two years past due.
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