The notice of foreclosure of tax lien which the county auditor is required to serve
by certified mail must be substantially in the following form:
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE OF TAX LIEN
To __________, the owner of the record title of the real estate hereinafter described, and to all
mortgagees, lienholders, and other persons interested in the real estate:
I, __________, county auditor of __________ County, North Dakota, give notice that the real estate hereinafter described has
a lien for delinquent taxes against it for the year __________ and unless the tax and special assessments, with interest, penalties, and cost of
foreclosure action are paid on or before October first, after the date of this notice,
tax deeds will be issued to the county, granting to and vesting in it, the absolute
title in fee to the real property, subject, however, to the lien for installments
of special assessments certified or to be certified to the county auditor or which
may become due subsequent to the time of service of this notice, and foreclosing all
rights of the owner, mortgagees, lienholders, and other persons interested therein,
as may appear from the records of the recorder and the clerk of the district court
of the county. There is given herewith the description of the parcels of real estate, and set opposite
each description is the amount which will be required to satisfy the tax lien for
the year __________.
The property is described as follows, with the amount required to satisfy the tax
lien set out opposite each description:
Given pursuant to authority of law on __________, ___.
County auditor of __________ County, North Dakota.
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