Authors: Senator James Buck, Senator Karen Tallian, Senator Brandt Hershman
Co-authors: Senator Timothy Skinner, Senator Joseph Zakas
Sponsors: Representative Heath VanNatter
Co-Sponsors: Representative Michael Karickhoff, Representative Cherrish Pryor
Advisors: Senator Brandt Hershman, Senator Timothy Skinner
Specifies that a property tax penalty for property sold by a county executive through a certificate of sale procedure is to be removed from the tax duplicate if the penalty is associated with a delinquency that was not due until after the date of the original tax sale but is due before the issuance of the certificate of sale by the county executive. Specifies procedures for collecting unpaid taxes after the county auditor determines that a property is no longer eligible for a standard deduction. Provides that no lien attaches for any additional taxes and civil penalties resulting from the removal of the deduction with respect to a bona fide purchaser of the property who is without knowledge of the county auditor's determination. Indicates that certain defects in a lease recorded with the county recorder do not invalidate the effect of recording the lease. Provides that a person acquiring a condominium unit is not liable for unpaid assessments if the condominium association, manager, or board of directors fails to provide a statement of unpaid assessments within 10 days of the person's written request. Specifies the appraisal procedure to be used when selling property at auction in a partition action, and provides that the parties may waive appraisal and valuation. Permits any person with an interest in property being sold at a sheriff's sale in a partition action to request that the court order the sale be conducted by an auctioneer. Provides that a governmental entity may claim title by adverse possession without having paid property taxes and special assessments due on the property if the governmental entity is exempt from the payment of property taxes and special assessments. Makes a technical correction.