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In Rem Foreclosure Forms and Procedures

Christopher B. McLaughlin

More and more North Carolina local governments are turning to the in rem tax foreclosure process because of the cost and time savings it offers as compared to a traditional mortgage-style tax foreclosure. This new book on the in rem process offers insightful legal analysis, practical tips, and digital forms easily modified for the needs of local tax collectors. It updates and replaces the in rem portion of William A. Campbell's 2003 book, Property Tax Lien Foreclosure: Forms and Procedures.

A free PDF of the table of contents; list of forms; preface and acknowledgments is available (https: //www.sog.unc.edu/publications/books/rem-foreclosure-forms-and-procedures
!/details).

A Zip file is included containing forms from the book in Word and PDF formats.

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Book Details

  • Publisher: Unc School of Government
  • Publish Date: May 18th, 2016
  • Pages: 80
  • Language: English
  • Dimensions: 10.70in - 8.30in - 0.20in - 0.45lb
  • EAN: 9781560118589
  • Categories: Government - State, Provincial & MunicipalBankruptcy & InsolvencyProperty