2009 Tax Liens Affected by HB3613
As you may know, House Bill 3613 passed into law and is effective September 1, 2013. This new law amends Section 32.015 of the Tax Code to allow a tax to be extinguished and canceled and removed from the title records of a manufactured home if the tax lien has been delinquent for more than four years and there has been no law suit filed to collect the taxes in question within the four year time period.
The deadline to preserve the tax liens for 2009 is midnight Friday, April 18, 2014.
Liens on record that are four years or older will be posted on the Tax Lien Information page.
For more information regarding HB 3613 please feel free to contact Cindy Bocz the Tax Lien Manager at 512-475-2884.
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