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Legal advice regarding Sheriff Sales
What are the steps in a foreclosure process.
What is the first step once the sale is issued to the Sheriff?
Can the property be viewed prior to the scheduled sale?
How much was the property appraised at and where do you obtain a list of sales?
What is required of the potential buyer to bring the day of sale?
How does the payment process for real estate purchased at Sheriff's sale work?
How are minimum bids established on tax cases?
Are the properties guaranteed a clear title and warrantied in any way?
When and where do the Sheriff's sales take place?
Who is responsible for Current and Delinquent Real Estate Taxes?
After purchasing a property how do I go about removing the current occupants?
How is the sale price for a Civil Case determined?
What do I do with the Sheriff's deed given me after the sale?
Who is responsible for the sale's description?
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