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Michigan Keeps Surplus in Tax Sales of Properties Class Action

December 14, 2020

If a person owns a property and falls behind on the tax payments on it, the property can be seized by the government entity to which the taxes are owed and sold to pay the taxes owed. This class action brings suit against a number of Michigan counties—Huron, Sanilac, St. Clair, Lapeer, and Genesee—alleging that that when they seize and sell properties for amounts greater than the taxes owed, the counties do not return the excess amounts to the former owners.

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