Many states have a process for filing a property tax foreclosure lawsuit. That process can vary from state to state. The timeline for the Michigan property tax foreclosure lawsuit is a bit different.
The Michigan foreclosure process is a bit more formal and can be easier if you’re not a Michigan taxpayer. In all likelihood, you’ll be asked to show proof that you’re owed money on your mortgage. You’ll be given a form to fill out and be instructed to go over it with a court commissioner. If you’ve received this notice, you’re probably going to have to file for bankruptcy and hire an attorney.
According to the lawsuit, the foreclosure process should take about 6 – 8 weeks, but in the meantime, the county will be trying to collect the money owed on your property. The lawsuit is seeking a court order to force the county to sell your home.
The process of trying to get a court order to foreclose on your home is a lengthy process that involves moving and filing paperwork with the court. It also involves finding out if your home is in foreclosure and whether or not you qualify for a hardship exemption. If you’re not eligible for a hardship exemption, your chances of getting a court order to sell are slim to none. The lawsuit also asks that the court order the county to sell your home within 30 days.
The lawsuit has just been filed in Shelby County, Tennessee, where I live in the northwest corner of the state. The suit was brought by the plaintiff, a local lawyer, against the defendant, the owner of the property. The property is the town of Lakeview, which is located about 100 miles northwest of Detroit, Michigan. The lawsuit asks for the court to order the county to sell the property on August 1, 2016.
The county has 60 days to decide whether to sell the house. If the court doesn’t agree within that time frame, the case will go back to court.
Basically what the lawsuit is asking is that the court order the county to put the property on the market because it is the property of a deceased person. This is a very common practice when property is owned by a dead person. There is also no reason to believe this will not be the case in this particular case. People die all the time, and their property goes on the market.
It’s going to be a very expensive court battle. The case dates back to the early 2000s when a family tried to sell their home because their son was dying. Their son died because he was shot. The family then tried to find a company to buy the house back, but they were unable to get financing. The court then found the family liable for the loan and ordered the county to pay the entire cost of the sale.
As a homeowner, you have to wonder if the county will ever be able to find buyers for your home. The county is only about $1.5 million in debt. It’s basically broke. The cost of the foreclosure court case can certainly take a long time to resolve. And if the foreclosure court doesn’t work out, then you’ll have to fight to regain title to your home.