Woods Cove II, LLC v. Blevins, 020514 OHCP, CV 12 796313
|Docket Nº:||CV 12 796313, CV 12 796343, CV 12 796507, CV 13 798601, CV 13 798606, CV 13 798610, CV 13 798623, CV 13 798754, CV 13 798991, CV 13 799015, CV 13 799238, CV 13 804763, CV 13 804861, CV 13 805737, CV 13 805839, CV 13 805993, CV 13 806243, CV 13 806353, CV 13 806367, CV 13 807238|
|Opinion Judge:||John P. O'Donnell, J.|
|Party Name:||Woods Cove II, LLC v. Deanna Blevins, et al.; Woods Cove II, LLC v. Charles Turner, et al.; Woods Cove II, LLC v. Ryan Magby, et al.; Woods Cove II, LLC v. Abraham Lewis, et al.; Woods Cove II, LLC v. Jessie J. Fuller, et al.; Woods Cove II, LLC v. Lucious Terrell, et al.; Woods Cove II, LLC v. Robert A. Gunn, et al.; Woods Cove II, LLC v. Gladys S|
|Case Date:||February 05, 2014|
|Court:||Court of Common Pleas of Ohio|
Chapter 5721 of the Ohio Revised Code establishes a procedure by which local governments can collect delinquent real property taxes by selling tax certificates to investors. The certificates give the investors the right to pursue payment (with interest) from the delinquent taxpayer. Plaintiff Woods Cove II, LLC is one such investor.
The plaintiff bought the tax certificates for the properties in each of these 20 cases at a public auction conducted according to R.C. 5721.32. The effect of the purchase was to give Woods Cove a first priority lien on each property equal to the amount of unpaid taxes, and the right to foreclose on the properties. In connection with a tax certificate foreclosure action, R.C. 5721.39(A)(5) requires the court to include in the judgment of foreclosure a finding on the amount of the fees and costs of the private...
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