- November 20, 1991
- All Washington Agents
- Tax Sales
In this case the Washington Supreme Court upheld a disputed tax sale of property. In re King County Foreclosure of Liens, 811 P.2d 945 (Wash. 1991).
The court ruled as follows:
Notice of foreclosure containing an incorrect street address is adequate if, taking all circumstances into account, the property description read as a whole provided an intelligent means of identifying the property and was not misleading;
Persons holding easements or covenants were not entitled to notice because their interests would survive the foreclosure;
Interests recorded subsequent to the filing of the certificate of delinquency do not get notice.
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- 19.00 Tax Titles
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