Lower Court Order — Setting Aside a Tax Sale


In a very interesting recent case out of Greenville, South Carolina, the Master in Equity set aside a tax sale on rather unique and special facts. As lawyers are sometimes in the habit of saying, the Order “speaks for itself” and I genuinely thank the Greenville Master In Equity for permitting me to post this very interesting lower court order.

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2 Responses to “Lower Court Order — Setting Aside a Tax Sale”

  1. Gordon G. Cooper, Master-in-Equity for Spartanburg County Says:

    Judge Simmons ruling is consistent with the holding in Jones v Flowers No 04-1477(S.Ct.4/26/2006) (S.Ct. 2006). The case dealt specifically with the notice of tax sale being returned unclaimed. State must take additional reasonable steps to attempt to provide notice to the property owner before selling property.

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