- Notified by certified mail the publicly recorded owner at the last known available address and anyone with a publicly recorded deed of trust, mortgage, lease, lien or claim upon the property, that they have ninety days to redeem said property or be forever barred from redeeming said property
- Provided to the collector verification for the above title search and certified mailings
- The certificate of purchase holder has notified the collector by affidavit that no publicly recorded deed of trust, mortgage, lease, lien, or claim exists; if the search revealed there are no lien holders or claimants
- Property liens, with the possible exception of a federal tax lien, are extinguished once a collector's deed is issued assuming compliance with notification(s) to lienholder(s) is proven
- The Certificate of Purchase has been surrendered to the collector
- Appropriate fees have been paid to the collector
- All taxes that have accrued on the property have been paid
Failure of the purchaser to obtain a Collector's Deed within 2 years from the date on the Certificate of Purchase results in the loss of the purchaser's lien on the property.
The Collector's Office makes every attempt to notify the interested parties; however, failure to receive notice(s) does not affect the legal time constraints for redeeming property or obtaining a Collector's Deed.