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The notice of foreclosure of tax lien to be served by publication must be substantially in the following form:
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, the real estate will become the absolute property in fee of this county, subject 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 the former owner, mortgagees, lienholders, and other interested persons therein will be forever foreclosed and barred from asserting any further rights to the real estate. The following is a list of the real estate on which the tax lien will be foreclosed on October first. Opposite each description of the real estate appears any street address of the property, the name of the owner of the record title, and the amount which must be paid to satisfy the tax lien. (List descriptions, names of owners, and amount necessary to satisfy the tax lien.)
Given pursuant to authority of law on __________, __________.
The failure to include the street address in the notice does not affect the validity of the notice.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - North Dakota Century Code Title 57. Taxation § 57-28-07. Form of notice for publication - last updated January 01, 2020 | https://codes.findlaw.com/nd/title-57-taxation/nd-cent-code-sect-57-28-07.html
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