Judicial Tax Sale
What is the Judicial Tax Sale?
The Judicial Sale is a sale permitted under the provisions of the Pennsylvania Real Estate Tax Sale Act, 72 P.S. §5860.101, et seq., which provides for an auction of real property due to delinquent property taxes that were not sold at an earlier Upset Tax Sale.
As long as each owner and lienholder is notified of the Judicial Sale, the purchaser will take the property free and clear of claims, liens, mortgages, tax claims, charges and estates, except separately taxed ground rents filed through March 1, 2021.
Title searches for these properties are available for a fee of $25.00.
For more information about the Erie County Judicial Tax Sale, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (814) 870-7770.
|2021 Judicial Tax Sale List as of 10-18-2021 - PUBLIC||385 KB|
|2021 Judicial Tax Sale List as of 10-18-2021 (PRIVATE -TCB)||219 KB|
|2021 Rules Governing Sale Revised||58 KB|
|Notice of Language Rights||136 KB|
|2021 FAQ's with Registration info for GOVDEALS||203 KB|
|2021 JTS Affidavit of Bidder-revised||20 KB|
Erie County Judicial Tax Sale
DATE FOR 2021 SALE:
November 17th & 18th, 2021
Register at MacDonald Illig Law Firm, AND Sign up at GovDeals.com link below:
MacDonald Illig Jones & Britton LLP makes no representation or warranty with regard to the Judicial Tax Sale List or the properties on the List. Any conveyance of any of the properties is without any guarantee or warranty whatsoever, either as to existence, correctness of ownership, size, condition, boundaries, location, structure, or lack of structures upon the land, liens, titles, or any other matter whatsoever.
MacDonald Illig Jones & Britton LLP makes no representation or warranty that the information set forth on this web page is true, accurate, or up to date. Without limiting this disclaimer, information concerning the property owner, amount of tax, amount of interest and fees, are updated periodically. Interested parties may obtain verbal confirmation of the account balance from MacDonald Illig Jones & Britton LLP or request a tax certification from the Erie County Tax Claim Bureau.