TO THE OWNER OR OWNERS OF THE WITHIN DESCRIBED REAL ESTATE AND ALL PERSONS AND/OR PARTIES WITH A SUBSTANTIAL PROPERTY INTEREST OF PUBLIC RECORD IN THE TRACT OR REAL PROPERTY:

You are being advised (in compliance with Indiana Code (IC 6-1.1-25-4-5)) that on Monday, September 28, 2020, at 10:00 a.m. at the Sullivan County Fairgrounds, Sullivan, Indiana, the following described piece or parcel of land in Sullivan County, Indiana, was offered for sale and purchased by Rachel Grace Miller and Sarah Avanell Miller through their assignee, Judy R. Miller, who also obtained a tax sale certificate in the name of Rachel Grace Miller and Sarah Avanell Miller on the same day.

KEY NUMBER/

PROPERTY ID#

05.05.00.00028

BRIEF Legal Description: Pierces Lot 16

Street Address or other common description: 328 S. Jackson St.

Current owner entered for the taxation:

Sherri Lynn Stockwell

328 S. Jackson St.

Shelburn IN 47879

Obligated to follow guidelines of the Indiana Code, we must inform you that we intend to file a petition with the court for a tax deed within 10 (ten) days (September 29, 2021-October 8, 2021) after the deadline for the Redemption Period (September 28, 2021). Also, we are to state that you or anyone else interested in the property is/are entitled to redeem the property (the above described) if you do it before the September 28, 2021, Redemption Period deadline. Note that the Redemption Date if 1 (one) year from the date of the sale.

If the property is redeemed no more than six (6) months after the sale, the lien buyer will receive a refund equal to one hundred ten percent (110%) of the minimum bid offered at the time of the sale. If it is redeemed more than six (6) months after the date of the sale, but not more than one (1) year after the date of the sale, the lien buyer will receive a refund of one hundred fifteen percent (115%) of the minimum bid offered at the time of the sale.

The lien buyer is also entitled to be reimbursed for additional taxes or special assessments on the property that were paid by the lien buyer subsequent to the tax sale, lien acquisition or purchase of the certificate of sale, and before redemption, plus interest.

Other costs that could be included are attorney fees, costs of giving notices, the cost of a title search and all taxes and special assessments paid by the lien buyer on the redeemed property after the sale.

The lien buyer is entitled to receive a deed for the real property if it is not redeemed before the expiration period of redemption noted in this notice.

If the property is not redeemed, the owner of record at the time the tax deed is issued may have a right to the tax sale surplus, if any.

10-8-2021 – 1t  hspaxlp

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