2009 Tax Liens Affected by HB3613 (Second and Final Notice)
On February 3, 2014, notice of House Bill 3613 was provided and how it removes liens more than four years delinquent unless the taxing entity provides confirmation of any law suits filed so the liens can be preserved.
Please accept this as second notification requesting confirmation of liens which have a tax suit filed, have been deferred, are on a payment plan, and/or those under bankruptcy so that they may be preserved. The new law provides the taxing entities with 60 days from the second notice to provide the confirmation requested. If confirmation is not received by April 18, 2014 all lien 2009 tax liens will be removed from our system.
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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