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Property Tax
Can a tax certificate be cancelled?
This answer has been viewed 1921 times and was last updated on 09/26/2017.
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Any tax sale certificate can be cancelled if errors or omissions occur. The certificate holder will receive a refund of the amount paid, plus interest of eight percent per year or the certificate's annual interest rate, whichever is lower. If an error results in a change to the certificate's face amount, the Department of Revenue must approve the cancellation.

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