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Statutes > New-jersey > Title-54 > Section-54-5 > 54-5-111-4

54:5-111.4.  Filing fee    The officer receiving the certificate of cancellation for filing or recording shall be entitled to the same fees as for the filing or recording of a certificate of redemption of the lands.

     L.1945, c. 154, p. 542, s. 4.
 
54:5-112  Private sale of real estate acquired for delinquent taxes, assessments by municipality; recording of assignments, service on tax collector.
 
54:5-112.  When a municipality has or shall have acquired title to real estate by reason of its having been struck off and sold to the municipality at a sale for delinquent taxes or assessments, the governing body thereof may, by resolution adopted by a majority thereof by roll call, sell such real estate at private sale to such person and for such sums, not less than the amount of municipal liens charged against the same, except as provided in subsection a. of section 38 of P.L.1996, c.62 (C.55:19-57), as shall seem to be to the best interest of the municipality. Upon the adoption of the resolution and the payment of the consideration as stated therein, the officers of the governing body authorized by resolution shall make, execute, acknowledge and deliver a deed without covenants to the purchaser, which deed shall vest in the purchaser all of the right, title and interest of the municipality in the real estate therein described.  The deed need not contain any recitals, except a statement of the actual consideration.  Such sales shall not include real estate, title to which has been perfected by the municipality.  Any and all further or additional assignments of the tax sale certificates shall be promptly recorded in the office of the county clerk or register of deeds, as the case may be, of the county wherein the real property is situate, and a photocopy of the recorded assignment shall be served upon the local tax collector by certified mail, return receipt requested.  When assignments have not been recorded and served upon the tax collector, the tax collector and the municipality shall be held harmless for the payment of any redemption amounts to the holder of the tax sale certificate as appears on the records of the tax collector.

Amended 1996, c.62, s.43;1997, c.190, s.7.