Q: i have a property that is in my deceased mothers name a tax notice was not received to pay taxes on the property so it
sold without me knowing found out notices were sent to address that had no box so no certified receipt was signed can i be required to pay redemption of property fee to nullify the sale
A: You should speak to both a property or real estate attorney and a succession attorney to answer your question contained in your post and to get this property out of your mother's name. I am fairly certain the redemption must be paid as the property owner has some obligation to notify the assessor where to send notices and failure to do so is on the property owner and not the assessor----but a property or real estate attorney should be able to confirm this.
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