Redemptive notices.

by Chris on February 23, 2012

Louisiana Revised Statute 47:2156 provides for notification of the tax debtor before the termination of the redemption period. Where notice was previously solely the duty of the tax collector, here the tax sale purchaser may send a written notice to any or all tax sale parties notifying the parties of the sale. The notice must include full and accurate information necessary to contact the tax sale purchaser, including the name, physical address, and telephone number of the purchaser. It shall be accompanied by a copy of the tax sale certificate received by the tax sale purchaser and copies of the documents that the purchaser received with that sale.  The notice shall inform the tax sale parties that the failure to redeem the property prior to the expiration of the applicable redemptive period will terminate the right to redeem the property, and the purchaser will have the right to seek confirmation of the tax title and take actual possession of the property.

Check out our new forms page for an example of the redemptive notice authorized by Louisiana Revised Statute 47:2156. Look for more example forms in the future!

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