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lien of which a tax collector may avail himself in default of taxes (analogous to a judgment lien)

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A tax buyer invests in tax liens for the above average interest and penalties they can earn on the redemption (or pay off) of the liens.
The following tax lien information is recorded in Chelan and Douglas counties:
Aside from the local tax liens, the BIR also issued a warrant of distraint and levy and garnishment order against the senator's assets to cover the tax liability.
The sale of the total of all delinquent tax liens will be conducted as a bulk transaction, bidders are bidding on the entire pool of liens, subject to the City s right of removal prior to closing and within ten days of settlement under the terms described herein.
We told you about a $1 million tax lien the IRS slapped against Anderson Engineering Consultants Inc.
Tax lien expert Don Sausa presents The Complete Guide to Real Estate Tax Liens and Foreclosure Deeds, a guide for lay readers of modest means and up to investing in a secure market favored by the rich--government tax auctions, in which tax lien certificates and tax deeds are sold for pennies on the market value dollar.
Federal tax lien payoffs and real estate tax liens, however, should be worked on in conjunction with the title agent.
The IRS had mixed success in advancing the position that its secured claim includes the value of a debtor's interest in a pension plan subject to a Federal tax lien (compare In re McIver, 255 BP.
color) Juergen Rinnert shows three tax liens invalidated by the county tax collector.
The IRS had valid tax liens against all of his property.
This article will serve as an introductory guide to the sale of delinquent tax liens, outlining the reasons for privatizing those liens and the factors to consider when choosing a firm to service them.
A number of states permit local governments to liquidate property tax receivables by selling tax liens attached to properties for nonpayment of property taxes or other assessments.
PIP Group has been helping investors achieve remarkable profits investing in everything from simple tax liens, to complex commercial, multi-million dollar fix and flips.
A tax lien is a legal claim filed in court by a government agency against a person or business owing taxes.