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How Does a Tax Lien Foreclosure Work?

A tax lien foreclosure occurs when the government seizes your property because you have failed to pay your taxes. The government will then sell your property at auction to the highest bidder in order to recoup the money you owe. If you are facing a tax lien foreclosure, it is important to understand how the process works so that you can prepare for it.

The first step in a tax lien foreclosure is for the government to file a notice of sale with the county clerk. This notice will list the amount of taxes owed and the date of the auction. The government will then advertise the auction in a local newspaper. The advertisement will include the date, time, and location of the auction, as well as a description of the property being sold.

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