Tax Lien Judicial Foreclosure
Video recording to download or stream. Includes forms.
Alabama tax lien investors are allowed to judicially foreclose their liens and obtain good and marketable title from the court. Parties with redemption rights can still redeem during the foreclosure lawsuit, but must also pay costs and legal fees. If nobody redeems, the judge forecloses the investor's lien, signs a quiet title order (plus an ejectment order, if requested) and orders the court clerk to issue a clerk's deed to the investor. Outsiders do NOT get a chance to bid on the property. There is no public auction or sale.
Learn the nuts and bolts of a tax lien judicial foreclosure lawsuit from beginning to end, through a step-by-step explanation of the forms that are included with this class and what to do at each step of the way.