Surplus from Tax Deed

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Surplus

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Excess proceeds (“Surplus”) is what is generated upon the sale of a property for non payment of taxes. If you are a prior owner or a lien holder against the subject property you may have a claim against the Surplus. With the latest revision of the statutes the clerk, or the entity holding the surplus, is unlikely to release the surplus to an entity that does not appear to have clear priority to the surplus. Moreover, some counties do not even begin processing disbursement of surplus until one year after the tax deed sale without an order by the court.

Your best chances of advancing you claim against the surplus is to retain a qualified attorney to prosecute your claim and possibly shorten any county imposed waiting periods.

A surplus from tax deed in Fort Lauderdale, FL, can help you get back on your feet. The Rashnatov Law Firm, P.L. is committed to helping you arrive at the best possible outcome. We are skilled attorneys who empower you to understand and exercise your rights. With our knowledge and experience, you will find it easier to navigate the regulations and responsibilities related to tax deeds.

At times, a property with a tax deed may be sold off at auction for more than it is worth. As you transfer your title as part of the sale, you may be entitled to the surplus that resulted from the transaction. When a situation like this happens, you may make a claim.

However, rules, regulations, and even administrative procedures may prevent your claim from holding priority over the surplus from tax deed. As a consequence, you may be losing out on money or must wait an exorbitant period of time before the county will issue your disbursement.

Helping You Through the Claim Disbursement Process

Make a strong claim for the payment you are owed. Our law office can help you assert your claim and guide you through the process. By working with our legal team, you can expect personalized service that includes solid representation. We are highly knowledgeable in tax deeds and the processes that go into filing a successful claim. We will learn about your situation, assemble your case, and fight hard to ensure you, and your legal concerns, receive the attention they deserve.

Contact us to learn more about our legal services. Our law firm is located in Fort Lauderdale, FL.