When a tax sale certificate is purchased at a tax sale, there are various steps that the tax sale purchaser can take to assist in ultimately establishing merchantable title. Some of these steps must take place within the 3 year redemptive period.  Even if the redemptive period has expired, the tax  sale purchaser should still take various steps before pursuing a suit to quiet title. Call us to discuss options.

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If you need assistance with curative work on tax sale property, contact E& P Consulting.