WHAT HAPPENS TO LIENS THAT ARE AGAINST THE PROPERTY WHEN SOLD AT TAX DEED SALE?
Governmental liens and judgments survive the issuance of the Tax Deed and may be fully or partially satisfied with any overbid monies from the sale. Liens of government units, not satisfied in full, survive the issuance of the Tax Deed. Should you have any questions concerning other types of liens and judgments which survive the Tax Deed Sale, consult an attorney. We cannot advise you.