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Foreclosure by way of buying prop taxes

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I have posted before on my mess. I am involved in a foreclosure, trying to gain the property back from owners who have vacated. (in NJ)

Another issue is the purchase of property taxes. Someone did buy delinquient taxes almost two years ago. (NJ has a two year limit for tax holder rights) My attorney told me not to worry as they will have to begin the long proceedings of forclosure to gain property. I have been at this for almost two years and I want to avoid last minute surprises as we quickly approach sheriff sale..

How can I be sure another forclosure is not happening on this property. Should I contact the NJ state office to find this out. Calling the state court is a nightmare in itself. How does the process work regarding stepping in as a delinquient property tax holder?


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